Some here will recall my glee with the arrival of the new 45/1.8 portrait lens. Most of us are pretty excited about the portrait looks we can achieve with this great new lens. While the 45/1.8 marks a wonderful point in m4/3 system, I am still left yearning for one more lens to enable me to achieve my "signature" portrait style, while using m4/3 cameras. My bread and butter comes from shooting portraits, typically at about 1/2 body length, from 12-18' distance, with extremely shallow DOF, and very pronounced bokeh. And I prefer auto focus for this work, to help with speed and focus reliability. My tools to achieve this include a full frame sensor (5DMkII) with 80-200 f/2.8L lens shot at f/2.8 and typically at 200mm. There is no native m4/3 lens (AF) on m4/3 that will give quite this look.... yet! It will require a 90mm to 100mm f/1.8 m4/3 lens to do so. While a similar look can be achieved with the new 45/1.8 lens, it is only with camera to subject distances of around 4' to 5', which requires a much tighter head and shoulders composition only and thus greatly limits the compositional versatility as compared to the 200mm f/2.8 on full frame cameras. This is the look I earn my bread and butter with: I do have a Zeiss Planar 85/1.4 lens, which will give me this look on m4/3 (though without the higher dynamic range and lower noise at high ISO that comes with the full frame sensor) but it is without AF. So... "the look" certainly can be achieved on m4/3 with a lens such as the Zeiss Planar 85mm f/1.4 lens, just without the speed and focus reliability of AF. Zeiss Planar 85/1.4 on GH2: When Panasonic or Olympus gives us a 90-100mm f/1.8 native m4/3 lens with AF, I will be giddy with joy! I have to get this close with the new 45/1.8 on m4/3 to achieve a similar look: I'm eagerly awaiting a native m4/3 Panasonic-Leica or Olympus Zuiko 90-100mm f/1.8 lens!