The first completely, 100% unqualified Highly Recommended from DPReview of an Olympus consumer-level DSLR, and it looks like it deserves it, too. And it has it's own, Olympus-made accessory grip.
Their copy never quite tipped the 4 frames per second rate claim Olympus makes. That's about all I could see that might be slightly disappointing regarding their findings.
I would think the next big breakthrough on the DSLR side is going to be implementing the weaker AA filter used on the E-P1, which if they do, would raise the resolution numbers even higher.