We all want to go fast. To get instant gratification, immediate results. To justify that hefty purchase. But good things don't come by snapping your fingers. It takes time to get comfortable. To warm up to a new camera, new interface, new size and weight and shape. It's been one week today I got my NEX 6. I'm both loving it and needing more time to really be comfortable with it. Natural. Like I'd gotten to be with my 5N after a few weeks despite its numerous quirks. The 6's user interface and operational speed are definitely better than the 5's. AF is arguably a bit improved. Not hugely so. Not enough to make me switch from my manual lenses anyway. I decided that to fully appreciate the camera, I need maximum time with it. I took it to my in-laws for lunch today. All shots are either from there, of from tonight in our own home. Shots above are from the PEN F 38/1.8 at F2. The Jack-o-lantern was done in Toy camera filter. The B&W is done in camera as well, and everything is jpeg. Here's the Canon FL 55/1.2, shortly after F:1.4 (no real click between 1.4 and 2, so it's hard to tell) : such a great lens is a real asset. It's not easy to shoot, but properly focused, it's really special. Two other PEN 38 captures My father-in-law has a broken Russian 1980 Zenit camera, with Helios 44M mounted on it. Here is the lens on the NEX6 : Last one with the FL55. Great, great lens. All feedback is welcome, as well as questions about the camera, use of flash, etc... I'm using the built-in-flash more and more, it's pretty cool.