It's Sunday, I've been a good boy and cleaned my apartment and I feel like I deserve to buy myself my first vintage lens. I already have a couple of older lenses that I got from my dad (three in M42 mount, three in Canon FD mount), in varying condition. I'd really love an M42/Canon FD mounted vintage lens in great condition. I've been looking at two Helioses. Helios M42 44-2 f2 58mm RARE MINTY BLACK CLASSIC SWIRLY BUBBLY BOKEH 760605 and Helios M42 SOLID 44M f2 58mm RARE BLADE MINTY BUBBLY BOKEH SERVICED 7602022 Now I'm well aware of the crop factor of these, as I have an Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark II, they'd basically become telephoto lenses, but I think I'll end up getting a focal reducer sooner rather than later. SO, to the question at hand, which one should I get? They're both priced the same, and it seems they are in identical condition. I've read some other forum posts and it seems most people prefer the 44-2 over the 44M. What are your thoughts? Should I perhaps skip Helioses all together and get something else at this price point?