Just wondering if anyone wise in the ways of legacy lenses might suggest whether some 50mm f1.4 would be a worthwhile upgrade from a Nikon E Series 50mm f1.8. I find the E series a nice size, weight and like how it handles, but I would like it to be sharper and more contrasty wide open. I have heard enough times that most legacy lenses aren't those things wide open and the most obvious upgrade would be the 45mm m.zuiko, but if I can get something at least 80% as good for 1/6th or less of the price, I need to at least consider it. I should also mention that I don't use a lens hood. I imagine that would help significantly with the contrast, especially outdoors, but I don't want to buy one if I change 50's anyway. Speaking of hoods, would a hood for the 50mm focal length or 100mm focal length be more appropriate given the m43 crop factor?