Hi, I am looking to move away from my SLR setup and I am very interested in mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras (MILC), particularly the micro four-thirds series offerings from Panasonic and Olympus and the NEX from Sony. I do not have any NEX or m43 lenses so I have no dog in this fight - meaning: there's no prior investment that would sway me either way. What system should I go for? I really am digging the OM-D E-5 (as well as its little brothers the E-PL5 and E-PM2). I also like the NEX-6. Would it be crazy to get the NEX for a "high end" setup and a E-PM2 as sort of a cheaper backup/casual camera? [My personal camera philosophy is you should have three cameras: a small compact "party" camera (like an Elph), a larger less pocketable but takes better pictures compact (like a LX7 or Sony RX100), and finally a larger camera for really good photos (like a dSLR)] I also considered the Fuji X-E1 series but there are a lot less lens choices, it's supposedly a heavier system overall, and the autofocusing speed and accuracy is often complained about. If these things were improved, I would definitely go for the X-E1 since I really really love the Fuji X series looks and the pictures it produces. Does anyone have any feedback on my question? Should I go for NEX or m43. And would it be really silly to mix?