I've been enjoying my GF1 since purchasing it in December. At first it was a complementary camera for my 5D, but now I enjoy it in it's own right. I find that it is simply fun to use, and urges me to experiment and stretch. Anyway, I very much enjoyed reading the many posts about older lenses being used on M4/3 cameras. I was, and am, intrigued. I picked up a sort of excitement and pleasure in many of the posts on this forum, and in some blogs. Many of the photographs are inspiring. I decided to take the plunge, and grabbed a Canon 50mm 1.4 from eBay. Work and an illness in the family have kept me from any real shooting, but I am really surprised at the waves of pleasure that came with this lens. It feels great. Solid. Engineered. It wants to make photographs. Put it on the camera and it feels even better. Rediscovering manual focusing means rediscovering the advantages of a different pace, more thoughtful composition and more studied methodology. It's a real challenge to get this right. It's a skill built on practice built on desire. It's addictive. It's a case of some being good and more being great. I also appreciate the depth of thought that has gone into the manual focus on the GF1. It all feels a lot more like photography, and a little less like an interaction with a digital tool. A bit like some of the recent word processors allow you to remove all the crap from your screen and just see the blank page to fill with your story: it's not the same as a hand-written page, but it feels better than a screen crammed with distractions. More crafted. My GF1 had already started me on this road (especially with the 20 mm), but the older glass made it into a journey. So then I grabbed a Konica Hexanon 40mm. The bottom line is that I wanted to thank those of you who have taken the time to post their experiences, thoughts and instructions on legacy glass. I appreciate it. On the other hand, a new world has opened and there is even more to explore in the same available time. So curse you too... Now I just can't wait for an opportunity to get out and play. Enough of these cat and household object shots.