Ever since getting some decent legacy glass, I just can't force myself to use e-mount lenses. First, I think because I am getting consistently better results by focusing manually (or using DMF). And it's much easier to do manual focus with lenses designed for it. e-mount lenses are not very grippy. Sony went for form over function. Second, there's just something special about using legacy glass. So, my e-mount lenses are largely unused... I thought I'd get over this, but it doesn't seem to want to go away. Probably the only native lens I am using more or less often lately is the 50/1.8, and it's only because there's really no alternative to a fast stabilized lens with great IQ. However under good lighting conditions, I catch myself reaching for Minolta 50/1.7, just because it's so much easier to manually focus with it, and the results when stopped down are so good. What about you ?