One of my favorite lenses on my 30D was my Tokina 12-24. I love that ultra wide angle for tight places. I recently unloaded my 30D and all of my lenses and got a GH2 and the 20mm lens to start with. One thing I'm looking to do is capture video in a small single engine four seat plane. I am wanting to mount the camera in a way that it captures the view out of the front as well as the instrument panel. I don't think the 20mm will be wide enough for this, I'm pretty sure that Oly 12mm would be, but I'm not sure I want to spend that money right now. I've been trying to find pictures of people using the 14mm in cars to get an idea of how much in can capture in a closed space. Any idea of the 14mm might fit my needs? Any examples of a 14mm shooting in a car, maybe looking forward from the back seat or better yet, looking forward between the head rests of the front seats?