Now that the Oly 45mm has established itself as one of the two or three best lenses available for MU43, is there any reason to get a Nikkor, Canon, or Oly 50? I am considering a Nikkor 50mm AI 1.8. Just because it seems like a nice lens... But I am definitely going to get the Oly 45. I have a feeling the Nikkor would be redundant next to the 45. I figure the Nikkor will be about $120 (I want to get the best example possible). Plus a Voightlander Nikon F mount adapter (something like $179). That adds up to about the price of the Oly. Of course with that mount adapter I can use other F mount lenses... Still, is there much need for legacy lenses that are not called Leica? Right now I am thinking that the Oly 12, the Panny 20, and the Oly 45 will give an extremely versatile kit that can fit in a tiny bag... And you know one of these companies will make a fast, compact telephoto prime at some point. Those three lenses together are probably smaller than a single Nikkor zoom... This is one of the reasons I love MU43. Am I just going against that whole reasoning if I go with legacy lenses? I have a feeling the future of MU43 lenses is going to get better and better.