Ok, so decided I have a gap in my primes (damn GAS got me!), I have 16mm and 50mm, but want 35mm... (and later will get an 80-85mm but missing 35mm more for now) So started at the top, the Leica 35mm Summilux-M F/1.4. Much as I would love to spend a few grand on a lens and get insane quality, and I reckon it would be a pretty awesome combo on the A6000, budget says this is a no no! So middle of the range, came across this, http://www.slrmagic.co.uk/slr-magic-35mm-t0-95-hyperprime-cine-ii-lens.html So still costs a few pennies, but nice to have E mount natively and SUPER fast! Anyone have any experience with it? Steve Huff basically says good, but big (but then what to you expect with f/0.95!) http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2013/01/09/the-slr-magic-35mm-t-0-95-hyperprime-lens-review-part-1/ And while I was on the SLR Magic site found this, which is far closer to my budget http://www.slrmagic.co.uk/slr-magic-35mm-t1-4-cine-mark-ii-lens.html Any one with experience? Again, generally pretty good in Steves (friends) world http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2013/...s-with-an-outstanding-prestige-by-amy-medina/ I'm thinking for this money I may as well go for the SEL35F18 and get OSS and AF... I think I've discounted the Sigma 30mm, its not 35mm, and not really as fast as I would like (although it does have AF and is pretty cheap, hence a lot of people have it I know). And at the very bottom, this crazy little thing! http://www.slrmagic.co.uk/slr-magic-35mm-f17-lens.html Now at this price I'm kinda thinking, how wrong can you go! Obviously IQ is not going to be amazing, but could be a fun little lens. Steve Huff seems to think it's worth owning http://www.stevehuffphoto.com/2010/11/15/slr-magic-35-1-7-lens-review-on-the-sony-nex-5/ Right now I'm thinking, go for the stupid cheap SLR Magic, and then decide in another few months if I should go for the SEL35F18 for the shots that don't need the creative lens effect or go for some 80-85mm prime (which I REALLY want to be AF/OSS but this is somewhat missing from the E/A-Mount APS-C range and can't find anyone like Sigma that has filled the gap! Maybe this http://www.kenrockwell.com/minolta/maxxum/85mm-f14.htm - thoughts welcome... Just bigger than required as is FF). I've relied pretty heavily on Steve Huff for my views, based on the fact that if you Google these lenses his reviews seem to get served up every time, and I don't think many people have gone down the SLR Magic route! Any other suggestions? I'm posting in this section as I'd really like native E mount (and with AF/OSS if possible), but totally open to adapted/manual options if people have some experience with unbeatable value for money on some legacy glass etc? Thanks in advance!