I just saw that there was a rumor over the summer that Fuji was thinking of making a 33 f1.0 lens. And in subsequent discussions, folks on another forum debated whether they'd want it or not, with some making a good point that got me thinking.... - Would you rather have a monstrously fast f1.0 33mm lens, or would you rather see some new, better performing pancakes? I have and love the 27 f2.8 pancake, which I find to be sharp enough and fast enough not to make me wish I'd brought something else every single time, and I pick it up when I want to wear the camera all day and not feel a thing. I would really, really like a better version of the 18 f2 lens, as it's a very handy focal length, and everything I've seen of the current one is just not up to snuff with the other XF glass. So how about you? If your two basic choices were a 33m f1.0 or a pancake that was - f2.8, possibly even f2 depending on the focal length physics - As small as the current 27 - focused FAST, better than the current 27 which is just decent - Was weather resistant ...which would you rather get the engineering funds, and why?