When I bought the Olympus 12mm/2.0 Special Edition last year, it was dream come true. Shiny and slick in metallic black, it's totally discreet for street shooting. The large f2.0 aperture provides low ISO shots even when shutter speeds were high. But ever since the 12-40mm came out, I don't know why I've just stopped shooting with the 12mm. Haven't used it since November last year. Maybe it's the biting sharpness of the 12-40mm that made me wonder what's the point of carrying the 12mm. Finally I was just about to pull the trigger and list it on craigslist and in the Buy & Sell section here, but then I had cold feet, starting to wonder if it makes sense to keep it and one day sell it as collectors item, especially if only 3000 units were made worldwide. Amazon has only a few copies left, whereas getOlympus.com has no more stock available, and the cheapest one from eBay starts at $1149USD but it comes from Korea. So my question is, since I've kept the lens in pristine and complete condition, would I be able to get at least $999USD for it? I've kept the original Olympus packaging in pristine condition, which includes all original accessories like black hood, UV filter, plastic and metal caps, housed in 5 separate smaller boxes inside the big box, all individually wrapped in rice paper, topped by another sheet of premium rice paper which gives the whole package a super premium look. My dilemma is whether to sell it or just keep it for now until it gains an even higher "collector's item" status, potentially fetching higher pricing later? Update: I've just looked at some of the shots I made with this lens, although they are not biting sharp like the 12-40, but they certainly have a filmic quality that is not found on the very clinical 12-40mm. Now I'm not sure anymore whether to sell or not to sell. Any thoughts, thanks.