Just finished a write-up of my experiences with Minolta lenses on Micro Four Thirds cameras. I was triggered by a call from dixeyk on TalkNEX for contributions to the Adapted Rokkor site, but decided to stick with my own site. It's a work in progress of course; a candidate to be added is the MD 35-70/3.5, which I haven't used enough so far to really have an opinion on it. I only wrote about lenses I actually use for real pictures, so if you see one of the many lenses in my collection that are not featured in the experiences, you can safely assume that I don't like it enough for real use. This isn't always due to lacking optical performance, but can also be caused by sheer impracticality: I don't see myself using the Minolta 200/2.8, despite its excellent image quality. As they say: hope this helps!