A year ago I gifted my Panasonic G1 with kit 14-45mm zoom to my niece. It's her birthday time again and I am considering giving her another lens. The Panasonic 45-200 comes immediately to mind. My niece lives in Virginia while I live in New Jersey, so I don't see and talk to her daily or weekly. I do plan to have a brief discussion with her about her lens needs before acting. But it comes down to this: I am also thinking about buying the PanaLeica 25mm for myself and giving her my Panny 20mm. And here is where I need to hear from the best and brightest at mu-43.com. I absolutely love the 40mm FOV equivalent I get with the Panny 20mm pancake. The 25mm prime would give me an equivalent FOV of 50mm. Now, I've worked with a 50-53mm FOV on both full frame and APS-C... but not with :43:. It's true that 50mm is simply 50mm in a technical sense. But, as I'm sure some of you already know, it's not always the same at some aesthetic, non-technical level. So, I'm asking anyone who has worked with both the 20mm and 25mm on :43: if they have any impressions to share about moving from the wider FOV to the slightly tighter one. I could have asked this same question in one paragraph... but that's just me - the frustrated essayist and novelist. :smile: Thanks for reading.