Hey everyone - I've migrated over from mu-43.com! While I enjoyed the system, things like dynamic range were killing me (as I do a lot of hiking and outdoor photography)... the GH2 just didn't cut it for that. I'm now in the process of ordering a NEX-5N as the prices have falling because of the 5R (and I just can't justify an extra $300+tax to get wifi and a new AF system that - from initial reviews - seems to hardly make a difference in focusing speed or accuracy). My question revolves around legacy lenses... I would really like to start collecting some thanks to the beauty of focus peaking. From the research I have done, it seems the M42 Super Takumar 50mm f1.4 is a great lens, and can produce some brilliant bokeh. With that said, my "specific" question is where do I start? From what I can tell, I need to buy a M42 to E mount adapter. There are a bunch on ebay, but with a price range. With something like an adapter, price and quality should hardly matter I presume? One that is $10 should be no different in functioning ability than one that is $30, correct? I imagine all that would change is the build quality. Thanks in advance for the help, and if anyone can suggest any other fast legacy lenses, and preferably wider and maybe 35mm equivalent, I'd really appreciate it! Cheers.