Since I got my OM metabones speed-booster I've totally fallen back in love with my older lenses, and I've been shooting a ton with my 50mm Zuiko Auto-S (~70mm after speedbooster and crop). 70mm-90mm is basically my second favorite focal length, so this is great—but now I'm thinking about how to hit my favorite focal length, 50mm, with an adapted lens. (I've got some 28's but they end up being slightly tighter than I'm used to and they're not as bright as I've grown accustomed with the 50mm...) I want to find a 35mm OM lens that I can speedboost, since that would get me to almost exactly a 50mm equivalent. It looks like the two front-runners in the OM 35mm field are the Zuiko 2.8 and the Zuiko 2, and the former seems much cheaper. Given that I'm going to gain some speed from the speedbooster, should I just go for the 2.8, or is the 2 more reliable/better quality/anything else that would justify holding out for the faster glass? Are there OM lenses from other manufacturers I should consider? All the old lenses I own have been lucky finds or hand-me-downs, so I haven't actually gone looking for one before—any and all insight (and examples of images shot with OM 35mm glass!) is appreciated! Thanks much!