So I think I'm going to buy my first dSLR this week. I was considering a Nikon D90, but for day to day street photography I think it's too big for me. I'm afraid I won't use it as much, except when I'm going out specifically to take photos. I handled it at the camera store, along with a much smaller Olympus E-620. The Olympus feels like a great fit. It's practically half the size. Plus, I like the articulating LCD and in-body IS. If I pull the trigger on this, I'm going to forgo the kit lens and instead get a Zuiko 14-54mm F2.8-3.5 II lens. The lens is a few hundred more, but it's much faster than the kit lens and has gotten rave reviews. Anyway, I thought I'd see if anyone has any thoughts, good or bad, on this package? I know the Nikon would out perform the Olympus, but is the difference really that big a deal? I'm planning to start the first in a series of photography courses in a month or so and need a dSLR for them. For my first big boy camera (I'm coming from the world of simple point & shoots) I don't want anything overly complicated.