Yes, I understand this is a ILC. And yes, I know that neither of available (in the USA) kits lens is new. But the entire review appears to only mention one kit lens in two sentences. No discussion of the performance/build/value of either lens, or the handling of the body & lens. Yet the review addresses potential buyers new to MFT, the kind of folks that do not now own ANY MFT lens, and would want to know how the body & lens will work together. Perhaps this is consistent with other ILC reviews in this respect, but nonetheless, it seems like a very poor approach to issuing a reasonable and comprehensive review. The review as it is currently written, is 99.99% is about the body, and the title of the review should make that clear.
Adam Koplan is a very perceptive person indeed. As proof, he chose to review a book that included an essay by Andrei Condrescu, who happens to be a genius and an American treasure.