I think I'm going to try out the $100 Roxsen focal reducer. I tried out an old 35mm film camera with lenses that I currently use on m4/3s and I must admit I love the blurred background look. I know Rokinon makes a great 85/1.4, and I'm tempted by the price and quality. I'm assuming it's sharp wide open too, right? I'd end up with a 60mm f1, which will beat nearly everything in background blur (except a FF 85/1.4, 300/2.8, etc). The best thing is this whole get-up will cost me under $350! Problem: I don't like the size or shape of this lens. So, what are the alternatives? If the Rokinon is blowing everything else out of the water in terms of image quality at f1.7 I'll do it, but if there's another smaller lens, I might be interested. I know there are a few canon, Nikon, Olympus, Konica, etc that are in the 55-58 range and are f1.2. I wonder how, when stopped down to f1.4, they compare to this Rokinon? Why do I want this? I'm not going to be running around using 35mm film The full-frame Sony A7 is $1600 and then I'd have to buy lenses, which, since I'd want something from a 90 to a 135mm f2.0 or so, I'd be paying a $300+ for a lens too, and then it would be pretty large m4/3s bokeh machines, the 42/0.95 and 75/1.8 would be small and super sharp lenses, but 42 is a touch too short and 75 is a too long. I'd want both; at $800 each APS-C cameras would give me a stop, sure, but the systems, IMO, fail to m4/3s in all but sensor size. Plus this would cost some bucks I can't have them all, obviously, but here's what I want: The sharper at lower apertures, the better The smaller the lens is physically, the better I'd like to keep the price under $500 or so Must be in a mount I can use with the Roxsen Since it's so cheap, I think this is a great option for me. At $400 I could pull the trigger this week! Give a few lenses that are good, sharp, small, fast, and cheapish and I promise I'll give you great sample shots. Thanks! You're saving me a lot of money here!