At first I wasn't interested in adapted lenses.. But I've been doing lots of research and evaluating my shooting style, and I've decided that I would like to at least explore the world of adapted lenses. I've been fascinated by the 50mm noktor, the 25mm Voigtlander and the upcoming 75mm Olympus portrait lens... But I cant afford any of them right now... I want to get that crazy bokeh, and I'd like to be able to have more control over the DOF... Low light capabilities are a plus. any tried and true adapted lenses that I should be looking at? I don't want to spend a lot of money, because I am saving up for native lenses that I want for more versatile daily applications. But if I could come up with something fun to play around with while walking around parks and chilling that would be cool. It would be nice to develop some manual focus skills, And I really want to solidify my understanding of the relationship between ISO, aperture, and shutter speed. I like things that are well built and solid.. I know that may seem strange to mention, but I can truly appreciate well built and mechanically sound things. I like the feel of smooth focusing all metal manual lenses. I remember playing with my dads old Minolta SLR, and I have a beloved Ricoh rangefinder that my great grandfather gave me that just feels solid, the focus is smooth, and aperture ring has a solid yet smooth clicking action. I'm new to photography, but I'm already falling in love with lenses... It's rather nerdy. ::shoots self:: This GAS stuff you guys mention is no joke.