A gently-used ePL7 dropped to my 'irresistible' threshold. This camera fits between the gm1 and gx7 for bulk and features, and is similarly equipped for the most part (e.g. 16 Mpxl sensor, battery life, touchscreen). This 7 takes Olympus' Live Time and Live Composite features and shifts them to a Pen body. I had tried ePL5 and 6 bodies but let them go, mainly for the awkward control dial; the dial now surrounds the shutter button, which is a major improvement.
The Live options are what brings this camera into the team. Live shots 'develop' the image on the rear screen while the image is being captured, so it practically tells you when exposure is sufficient to stop the shot! Live-composite has a similar effect with accumulated multiple exposures - this makes lightning fireworks and other multi-exposure imaging far less complicated. I can see myself enjoying that! The touchscreen options and upward tilt are less than the gx7, the Lumix has more programmable buttons and a 2nd control dial, and video options are more plentiful compared to the Pen - but only time and experience can tell which suits me better for overall shooting. No denying the Olympus/human interface is much more problematic to me than the Lumix.. therefore I still feel that the GX7 will win out as the body that suits me most for features, comfort and overall versatility.
In any case I shall get to know The Other Seven for a while. I've been wrong before!