Well I am excited and yet nervous and apprehensive... The PL25 (Panasonic Leica Summilux DG 25mm f1.4) has arrived onshore and is only days away from my postbox. I have been keen on this lens since its announcement and bought into :43: for this lens primarily, as well as the 12/2 and 45/1.8. Now when I bought into the platform and chose cameras I tried them all and settled on the EP3 as I found the ergonomics the best for what was at hand - GF2, GF3, G3, GH1, GH2, EPL2, EPM1, EP3. I was torn at the time, and am even more torn now, about how the EP3 will receive the PL25. I've read much of the dreaded rattlesnake (clicking aperture in bright light). I will know more once the camera and lens are united, but I am expecting the worst. Just to prepare me psychologically - and noting that the PL25 stays - I wondered what the alternative were if the worst was realised and I cannot live with the sound....which :43: body is the nearest to silent with the PL25? Also I have been given some advice that a variable fader (ND) filter helps - with the (LCW) Light Craft Works and Polaroid both being recommended. So screw in the fader when the light is strong and dial in the darkness enough so the lens isn't provoked so much by the light. I wondered if anyone has tried this and whether it was a success? I just want to be excited about the PLs arrival, so your help in addressing the nerves (other than downing a stiff Scotch) is greatly appreciated.