So I found a local shop that has a really good deal on an Olympus Zuiko 135mm f3.5 lens. It is an old FTL so I would need to remove the aperture ring pin, but I would do that for a good piece of glass. It is in great shape, and is a wonderfully compact lens for a 135mm. I currently have the 28mm and 50mm Canon FD's that I love, the kit Lumix 14-42mm, the Lumix 45-150mm, and I am using a G5. So I really don't NEED another lens, but I have to say that since I got the Canons my native lenses have rarely been on the camera. There is just something that speaks to me about using the old glass. To me they are a more satisfying, tactile experience, and I have gotten some awesome images out of them. I actually did a test and found the Canons to be slightly sharper than my Pany lenses at equivalent focal lengths looking at the 100% crops, and that was a complete shock to me. My question is that even though I already have a lens that covers 135mm focal length would the Olympus 135mm be a useful lens. Without image stabilization in a lens that long will I even be able to get sharp images without a tripod (I like to travel light when possible)? The one area I see the Olympus beating out the Pany 45-150mm is on the maximum aperture (the Pany will be close to f5.6 at the 135mm focal length, where the Olympus will still have f3.5). I have this crazy notion of possibly leaving the native lenses at home and going out shooting with the 28, 50, and 135mm legacy glass, might be a nutty idea, but it appeals to me. There is just something about this old lens that is calling to me, and I am trying to resist. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Oh and here's an image out of the 28mm Canon just for fun.