Now that the full-frame e-mount still camera some of us have been yearning for appears to be a real likelihood, my thoughts immediately turn to lenses. I am very excited to finally get use my nifty fifties as normals and my 35s as wides. On the other hand, I am tempering my excitement with a bit of a reality check. Certain lenses that are already struggling for performance in the corners will likely do significantly worse without the crop factor. A somewhat coarser pixel pitch may help somewhat, but I'm still expecting some lenses just won't measure up. On the other hand, I am cautiously optimistic for others. My predictions for my arsenal are: The Minolta MD glass, 50mm & down will be messy in the corners. My Tokina 17mm will be super fun but large areas along the right edge may have go bye-bye. The Canon FL 55/1.2 and Leica Summicron 1:2/35 will rock the house, corner to corner when stopped down. Framing subjects similarly, every lens will have noticably better potential for background blur. I guess I'll have to wait just one more year to find out if I'm right! What do you think?