So I've had the Konica Hexanon 40mm f1.8, 50 f1.7 and a 57mm f1.4 for almost half a year now, with the 50mm being the newest at 3 months. For the most part, I like the sharpness, speed, contrast (when stopped down) and quality of the photos that I can take w/ each lens, but I feel that the bokeh is rather lacking for each lens. They just don't have that rich, creamy bokeh that I've seen in Nikon/Canon lens. Granted, I didn't pay nowhere close to some of their lenses, of course. Are there any good particular lenses that you think would could match the sharpness, stopped-down contrast, aperture and quality of these lens, but could also deliver creamier bokeh? I'm looking for specifically a 40-45mm fast lens. Thanks guys!!