I know I may be asking too much, and many of you may go "boo" on me... But I'm just wondering, with so many third party lens makers being able to go to 0.95 aperture these days (manual focus of course), why can't Olympus make a F1.2 aperture with autofocus? I mean sure the lens would be large in comparison with other lenses, but some people are willing to take that "large". And I believe a 20/1.2 or 30/1.2 wouldn't be as large as a canon 50/1.2. See how tiny the 25/1.4 or the 45/1.8 is compared to lenses with the same specs from other larger sensors. Is it feasable you think?