I've put my order in for it! There goes my gear budget for the next two years, but I got a pretty good price, including the 14-42mm kit lens which I will sell off.
Only downside is that the Australian suppliers have been told something like 3-4 more weeks until it arrives to them, so I'll probably have to wait at least a month!
I have my 20mm pany 1.7, and have bought a Pentax 50mm 1.4 Super-Multi-Coated Takumar off ebay in mint condition to run as a MF portrait lens.
I'm spewing that DxO don't plan to have support for the OM-D with the 20mm any time soon. I was hoping to start shooting raw and running it, automated through DxO. Oh well, I'll probably just get Lightroom on student price and PT Lens instead. At least with PT Lens I can email them shots with the Super Takumar lens and they can make a profile for it.
Anyone have further thoughts on weather sealing with non weather sealed lenses like the 20mm pany? Is it possible at all to retrofit sealing at the mount end? Just a slim o-ring? I have a neoprene lens coat designed for my Nikon 50mm 1.8D that fits around the 20mm Pany well, maybe I'll just use that, jammed up against the body, to ward off most of the dust and water. Looking at pictures of the o-rings on most sealed lenses, they don't look like anything special, and the m43 mount on the 20mm with my old E-P1 is pretty well machined and tight, I couldn't imagine much getting through that and into the body anyway. I always use a filter on the front (UV, though I'll get a clear for night), and have ordered some cheap hoods, and I can tape over the manual focus ring to seal that better and tape the outside join onto the hood. Will make it look really dodgy and tacky too which will help in India. Can't imagine much will get through if I don't submerge it.