I have a question for ya. The brown truck got here later then expected and I've yet had the opportunity to try the newly arrived Panasonic 35-100 f2.8 lens. I got this on the premise not only of it's ideal focal range but all the high praise it's been getting for its sharpness. So all I've had the chance to do is shoot in the house with the typical home lighting, which ain't perfect. With that said I noted immediately that more often than not it's focus behavior reminds me of my old PL1. It will often, depending on the level of light and the contrast in the subject, hunt out-in-out before it locks. Kind of annoying as the 12-40 f2.8 Oly Pro and even to some degree a newly acquired 75-300 series II lens lock focus in the blink of an eye without any hunting. Is this unique to this lens either because it's not a native Olympus lens? Or is it just because of the light and contrast levels not being ideal. As I mentioned at least half the time if the subject is decently well lit or has good contrast it won't hunt, but the other Oly f2.8 is INSTANT to lock focus with NO hunting. Anyone have experience with this lens to say what's going on? Or is that going to just be a foible I'd have to live with (which I would not for this kind of money). I use center point only, single focus and with the continuous focus OFF.