I'm sure by now that Panasonic have noticed a lot of people buying lenses from Canon/Nikon and adapting then using speed boosters. So obviously size/weight isnt a big deal for a lot of people. The Panasonic cameras are used by some people because of their compactness but there is also a large section who use it purely because of its video quality, versatility and intuitive control scheme. Hence I think it would be smart for Panasonic to create a lens that mimics one of Canons most popular ones- the 24-105mm f4, which is a £750 lens or about $900. A Panasonic12-50mm f2 would be equivalent to a full frame 24-100 f4 (aperture in DOF terms). At f2 the lens would be 2 stops faster, which just about negates the full frame low light advantage. I don't care much if it isn't technically great (in terms of sharpness, distortion etc). I just want those specs on a native, autofocus lens with stabilisation. Will they do it? Are many people here interested? Could they keep the price down to a 1000 dollars/800 pounds?