I am a BIG fan of legacy glass. I think its fun and there is some really nice glass out there that can be had for a song (maybe a looong song). today I went out to shoot a few morning sun steam rising off the fence pictures and I took my OM50/1.4. It was fine and then I came back out with my Panasonic 20. It was waaaaay more fun shooting with the Panasonic 20. The AF was convenient, I could MF when I needed to and I felt that things were flowing much better with the native lens. Same is true for the Panasonic 14. I am still a fan of legacy glass but I have to say that I think its time in my cabinet may be coming to a close (or perhaps severely limited). As I get older manually focusing a lens (even with a VF2 on my PEN) is not that fun. I seem to recall it was more fun on my G2 and I suppose the larger body (and better handling) made that a simpler proposition than my current E-PM1. I like the smaller size and convenience of the E-PM1 but I have to say that I much prefer shooting native lenses on it.