Lately I've been finding that I enjoy shooting my old legacy glass more than the native stuff. I have a Panasonic 20, 14 and 45-200 (all of which I like a lot) but I find myself reaching for the old OM glass I have much more often. My favorites are a 24/2.8 and a 50/1.4 and except for really rare situations where I break out a 100/2.8 they pretty much do everything I want these days. I am also finding that manual focusing and taking more time feel really good. The OM lenses feel great in the hand and have a really action. I even find the IQ of my 24/2.8 to be pretty comparable to the Panasonic 20. I have even been toying with selling off all my native lenses and going with legacy for a while. I use a G2 so the body balances the longer, heavier OM glass+adapter and has the all important (to me) EVF. FWIW I don't think I would do this with an Olympus PEN or Panasonic GF series. Anyone else tried this?