If you've ever done a search for a Micro 4/3 lens adapter on ebay or amazon you know there's alot of retailers selling adapters, so there must be alot of you folks trying to use them. Well for me it's trying alright, trying my patience! I own an Olympus Ep1 and a Panasonic Gh1. The way the Oly works with legacy is super stupid; after all, hasn't Oly had a OM legacy adapter from the very beginning? At least with the panny, after you've pushed the 2 buttons and focused, a half press of the shutter gets you out of MF assist so you can compose and shoot. With the Oly you have push that 'enter button' one more time (without pushing the WB or ISO button). Did these camera makers even think about the best way to use legacy? Or did they think "If we make it too easy for them they won't buy our newest lens offering" ? I've supported Olympus since 1976 when I bought a new OM 2, and I deserve, hell, WE ALL deserve a firmware update or a HACK. Here's how it would work. When the camera senses there's no AF lens is attached it automaticaly goes into MF mode. Then, with a single press of the +/- button on the Oly or the Q.MENU button on the Panny, you get magnified view, and, with a half press of the shutter it's back to full view. If you know how to hack a firmware (or know someone) please consider it. As i said befor there are alot of people spending good money for adapters; I believe they'd spend good money to make it a pleasure to use thier legacy glass again.