It is, it's one of my first cameras.
The main good point about it, is the spot meter (easily accessible with a button), and along with the EV scale that is used for metering, you can very quickly judge the dynamic range of a scene and see what exposure works best.
It doesn't do aperture priority, but does metered manual, shutter priority and full program.
It also has a very clever way for metering *manual* flashes (not even thyristor needed), as long as you know the guide number. You set the guide number on the aperture ring, there's another set of numbers past the aperture values. Then it combines the guide number with the focusing distance (assuming you focused correctly), to stop the aperture to the value that will give correct exposure.
Lastly, it has one of the best lenses in its class, with 7 elements, usually that element count was reserved for more premium and faster lenses.
It's pretty much the best fixed lens RF Olympus made, and one of the better ones in general. There are no glaring flaws really.
What you could nitpick at is the larger size, or the EV system, or that ISO goes to a maximum of 800.
In my example, with prolonged use, the shutter ring would get loose, but it was an easy fix, just unscrew the lens ring and tighten down some screws in the barrel assembly.