Recently read that "6 months spent with a 35mm lens on the camera can make a photographer better". I am a pretty ordinary photog but decent with manual focusing. So ended up at this review on the Canon http://erphotoreview.com/wordpress/?p=3019. The review sold the lens to my heart. It is available for around USD 80 to 100 on the Bay. My initial Questions are: I am VERY satisfied with my OM Zuiko 28mm F/2.8 for all of my Landscape shots. Will a jump to the Canon 35mm make any difference ? With the 28mm Zuiko in the bag, I'm not interested in Sigma 30mm F/2.8 Lens (unless the price falls below USD 120/-. Hi hi hi). The sony SEL 35mm F/1.8 (with OSS) sells for around USD 400 on the Bay. That is nearly USD 300 more than the Canon. When I can do hand-held shots at 1/20 sec with my Zuiko, in what way OSS in a 35mm lens can help me ? Does the F/1.8 aperture stand out ? The Sony SEL 50mm F/1.8 has OSS and sells for around USD 250 on the Bay. Is it better to Juuuuump all the way to 50mm ? Specially when the 55-210 lens can be used at 55mm with OSS (ignoring the bokeh) ??? Like the Canon EF-NEX autofocus adapter, is there any 3rd party autofocus adapter to the Sony A to E mount ? This confusion is because both the Sony SAL 35F18 and SAL 50F18 sell for around USD 150. Ahhhhh. Sony giveth a compact camera body and taketh money away thro Lens. My problem is, I'm so much comfortable with having an aperture ring with default Shutter Priority mode in my NEX5R. I feel constrained with my native 16-50 and 55-210 lenses without an aperture ring. But the OSS in them is a GIFT. Recently I had a completely usable night shot with the 55210 at ~200mm and 1/30 seconds, thanks to OSS and me being sober that day. By now you would have realised that I am completely mixing things up (manual focussing, A-mount and the native E mount) and sucked deeply into confusion. Its been a week since I slept (why has my nose suddenly grown in length ?). PLEASE pull me out.