A portrait of the 50mm f2 Zeiss ZM T* lens as a M43rds lens
Since the Micro Four Thirds "Alliance" had a planning fail in terms of lens diversity, photographers are looking at alternatives using the M43rds lens adapters. And not just photographers. Reviewers too! Photo Zone has just published their review of the Zeiss 50mm f2 ZM T* as a Micro Four Thirds lens mounted on the Panasonic GF1.
Obviously this is a manual focus lens without the modern digital-era "amenities", and the price is certainly Zeissy (around $700).
Speaking of the GF1, it was just reviewed at Let's Go Digital giving it close to 30 reviews already. We don't keep detailed statistics on reviews (this is not baseball), but this may be the camera that reaches 30 reviews faster than any other camera ever.