I read about technical greatness of specific lenses, and sometimes an artistic discussion about bokeh comes up, especially with legacy lenses. There are other forums out there that discuss favorite "magical lenses" regardless of format or brand. By magical I am referring to a lens that is not beloved just because it is technically great (i.e. sharpness), but somehow surprises the photographer as presenting an image beyond their expectations. Its the lens the photographer wants to be buried with. I do not intend to offend definition lawyers - I am just amazed when I read about why certain legacy lenses are magical, and I am just having some fun and wish to open a discussion about a favorite MFT native lens beyond technical reasons per se. In between the lines in this forum, I am reading that the Pany 7-14 offers something of what I am discussing, despite its cost or burden in terms of practicality. I am curious if any of you dare to consider a beloved MFT native lenses as "magical" on a personal basis. It would be nice to hear from those who actually have used such a lens as opposed to referring to a common perception, and can offer a description of why, and a sample image.