I don't really like my wides on SLR cameras, so I'm using SLRs for normal and telephoto. I have fixed lens rangefinders for normal lenses. I need good wides. And I need them to be fast and of good quality. Good wides are the only reason for me to invest in coupled rangefinders. I'd want a leica, but I'm thinking bessa is also appropriate in terms of bodies. I tried canon autofocus 20mm, 24mm L and 28/1.8 and I'm not satisfied at all and in general hate the canon L line because the lenses are huge. Canon FD 28/2.8 is nice, but slow. I want wides and I want them to be unique with no equivalents for SLRs. For example all the wides for rangefinders from 20 to 28 at f/4 are not really interesting to me, because my 17-40 is quite a nice and contrasty lens. 15mm heliar is one unique lens which I'd like to get, or the zeiss 15/2.8 35/1.2 is another thing which I will get eventually You can't get equivalents of those lenses for SLRs I'd also like a 28/2 or faster And maybe a 20mm, f/2.8 with quality markedly better than SLR lenses like that. If there's a 20 f/2, I'd love that. I understand good things cost money. What would you recommend that would suit the requirements?