I've not been happy with the indoor still shots I'm getting with mh GH2. I have been trying to shoot by ambient light, but the native 14-140 lens is way too slow. I have a Hexanon 1.8/40 and a Takumar 1.4/50 that are sufficiently fast, but don't produce good results wide open. Stopped down to 2.8, the Takumar looks good, but in most situations that means I need to start pushing the ISO to 800 or more, which is also undesirable. I think I need to bite the bullet and consider a flash. I have a Minolta 3600HS flash that is pretty good, but the interface for it is proprietay to Minolta. Seagull makes an adapter, but from what I can read, this is just hot shoe adapter and all of the lighting control functionality would be lost. Has anyone tried this device or have any experience using a Minolta interface on a Panasonic camera? (Note, when I went to confirm this device, SC-6 Hot Shoe Adapter for Sony HVL / Konica Minolta Program Flash Series Cameras, I saw that it was only $10. I've ordered one and will post how it really does when it arrives.) That failing me, the next step would be to get a Panasonic flash. I have heard that the Olympus flash is the exact same unit but with Olympus branding and a significantly lower price. Is that correct? If so, what is the preferred model to go with? I like to shoot family events and don't need ultra-fast cycle time or distances much over 15'. But sub five second recycle would be nice. An flash expereience out there?