This is probably a pretty late post regarding a lens which is not new at all, but I still wanted to comment and ask a question out there.. maybe someone will read this and comment on my question? Since the newer f/0.95 MFT lenses from Voigtlander, such as the 17.5mm & 42.5mm, both have the new option/ability to turn a ring and make the aperture step-less/clickless, does anyone think Voigtlander will revisit and update the oldest 25mm lens to include the step-less/clickless ring option? Though I don't believe the engineering involved to add such a feature would be extremely difficult, I kind of doubt it, but it would be cool if ALL 3 f/0.95 Nokton primes had the same cool feature.. then they'd truly all be part of a trinity set of great lenses from Voigtlander... different very useful focal lengths, but they all have the exact same great functionality. ... and at the same time, IF they update the 25mm, perhaps they might make it just a tad sharper... I've read that both the 17.5mm & 42.5mm are actually really quite sharp wide open and a bit better stopped down a bit, but I've noticed more mixed reviews regarding the 25mm... enough to suggest it isn't going to be quite as sharp as the newer 2 lenses. Just a thought on some possible improvements to a pretty great lens already IF they were to update it.