The scribes at dpreview.com oft make proud reference to the length of the site's reviews..."our 32-page review," etc. But I have to confess my slothfulness...for me, their reviews are 2-page reviews, all of 'em, because all I ever read is the "Introduction" and the "Conclusion." Hey, I'm an executive, towering like a colossus astride the TOP empire, and I'm busy. With the blog, not so much. But I've got the garden to water, the dog to take to the park, and housework to ignore.
And naps, don't forget how much time naps can suck out of each day. It's brutal.
Anyway, what I'm saying is that I'm not attuned to all the subtleties of dpreview's reviews. But is it just me, or did Richard Butler and Lars Rehm just give a rave review to the Olympus E-620? "The Four Thirds range has tended to lag a fraction behind the best contemporary APS-C sensor-size DSLRs," they write, on, er, the Conclusion page. "This isn't the case with the E-620...it's up there with the best of them." "...you'll be impressed by the level of control you get for so little money." "Its ability to deliver great images, straight out of the camera[,] hits the spot precisely." "...competes more convincingly with its peers than any Four Thirds camera we've yet seen."