I've been seeing a lot of good deals on high quality 4/3 lenses recently. Tempting as they are, I've passed on all of them for the simple reason that AF is only (barely) usable for stationary subjects. It's hard to justify getting a lens that I will have to also get a native equivalent for because of poor AF. The question for me is if/when Olympus (or Panasonic - though they have less gain) will fix AF with 4/3 lenses. I don't particularly care how they do it (PDAF off the main sensor, mirror/sensor in the adapter, etc.) - just that it happens. On the one hand, it's been 4 years since m4/3 came out. There are a lot more m4/3 lenses now than before. So if they were going to release, it would have made a lot more sense to do it early on. At the same time, Olympus finally seems to be preparing to produce a high-end m4/3 - the sort of body that would make sense with lenses like the HG 4/3 zooms. Thoughts?