I ordered my Samyang direct from the European distributor (in Poland) on eBay last week, it arrived today so here are a few initial thoughts and photos... Box Contents A fairly naff (but better than nothing) leather-like pouch, an instruction sheet, the lens itself and a nice secure lens cap... Size I've not owned the Panasonic Fisheye for comparison, but this is as small as would expect from such a lens. It feels like a very expensive lens, very 'solid', well put together and the focus and aperture rings feel excellent, the aperture ring 'clicks' satisfyingly through its range and the focus ring is nicely damped, not too loose but very smooth. G3 E-PL2 I won't get to use it properly until the weekend, but as I've never shot with manual focus before I tried a bit of an extreme test, I shot close-up and wide open in my very sunny garden with the E-PL2, even without a viewfinder it was pretty easy to find the very thin band of focus wide open, to give you an idea the built in lens hood was virtually touching the subjects in these photos... It's very easy to notice your fingers drift into frame, something I never experienced with my Nikon 10.5mm Fisheye. I think it's about as small as you could ever want a Fisheye without it being very difficult to use. First impressions are very positive though, it's been bought mainly for our forthcoming holidays (New York, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Hawaii), I can't wait to try it out properly.