I want to stick with brand for now as I already have an adapter, and like the color rendering of the MD. I have the 70-210/4 (a very mint lens but hard to use handheld, hopefully this changes with EVF) and just got a 50/1.7 which I haven't had a chance to use yet. Seems like 135 would be a good lens to use for portraits, but the ones I keep finding are the "Celtic" variant. So, for someone who has experience with Minolta lenses - what is the preferred 135 mm flavor. Mainly will be used for portraits. So great bokeh is a must. Otherwise, I don't care if it's a 2.8 or 3.5, naturally I'd prefer a faster lens if everything else is similar, but I wouldn't want to carry around a much heavier lens if IQ is the same. Also, is "Celtic" line any worse than "true" Minolta ? Or, is there any other tele prime that's really good for portraits ? I.e. sharp with great bokeh. I liked my Canon 85/1.8 very much, and I don't think SEL50F18 really approaches it in sharpness or bokeh, even though at first I thought it did... not that it's not a very good lens in it's own right. However getting an $400 adapter or using it wide open is not feasible. There's Rokinon but I don't want to spend another $250 or so on a lens I will only use sporadically. Minolta MD lenses in 85 mm are crazily priced on eBay. What else is out there ?