I have a 20mm f1.7 and am growing more and more annoyed by the slow indoor focusing. The lens was fun in the bright and warm days of summer, but not so much since life has moved indoors for the winter. I also have a 45mm f1.8, and the kit zoom that came with the EP-3, both of which are crazy fast (and quiet, and accurate) to focus on the EP-3. It's night and day with the 20mm f1.7. With this experience, I am DYING for Olympus to make a fast, updated version of the 17mm. I had their current version of that lens for a little while but thought its focusing was just as slow and noisy as the 20mm. Does anyone else want a fast (<= f2) 17mm to come from Olympus? Frankly, I'd be happy with a two-lens kit: fast 17 and the fast 45. No need for the 12/14 or 20/25 lenses that are currently available. I guess I am simply curious if there is any real demand for this sort of lens. I know Olympus will not read this and decide this is a good idea. But if a lot of other people want a similar lens, then maybe I can hold out hope!