Hi, I'm trying to get into digital photography after shooting nothing but film up until last year, and I'm interested in finding a way to use my Voightlaender and Russian M-mount lenses on a digital camera. While the consensus seems to be focus peaking (as on the NEX) is the best way to focus manual focus lenses, I'd think all the added lines would get in the way of composition, and the micro-4/3 is a more mature system, particularly when it comes to wide-angles. Lately, I've been reading about the shimmering technique where apparently when the lens is focused correctly, those areas in critical focus seem to shimmer. Overwhelmingly, people seem to do this using the VF-2 viewfinder. I was wondering if anyone had any experience focussing this way with other viewfinders, if it is easier or harder on these viewfinders, and what to look for in a camera or viewfinder that makes focusing this way straightforward. Thanks for any advice on this or other tips on using this focusing technique.