I've been intrigued for a while with playing with the tilt effect. I've considered picking up a tilt adapter for one of the legacy mounts, but the feedback I keep reading is that they are generally not well built and may inhibit the ability to focus to infinity. I find myself reluctant to spend US$100 (or more) on something that is not going to work well and may fall apart (or feel like it's going to fall apart). Because of these concerns, I find myself drawn to the Lensbaby products. I realize they are more expensive than the other tilt adapters out there, but it seems that they are very well built and the company has a good reputation for standing behind them. I've been a bit confused about their various offerings, which their site doesn't do a great job of differentiating or explaining IMHO. I think I've basically figured out that my options are: Tilt Transformer for :43: Composer Pro for :43: one of their other lenses (Muse, Control Freak, etc.) for a different mount on an adapter The Tilt Transformer was replaced by the Composer Pro and is no longer being offered direct from Lensbaby, but it still appears to be widely available in the market. The difference between these two, as far as I can tell, is that the Tilt Transformer is basically a tilting Nikon F adapter while the Composer Pro uses Lensbaby's own optics. I'm leaning toward the Tilt Transformer because of the wider range of available optics (not too mention that Nikon F lenses can be acquired more cheaply than the Lensbaby optics). Does anyone here have experience with any of the Lensbaby products they can share?