I decided (based on a few threads on the internet) to get the Voigtlander 28mm Brightline OVF for my street photography. I'm by no means a "street photographer" but I'm learning. I bought the 28mm OVF because of a thread here on the RX1 forum recommended it, but I can always return it for the 35mm if it doesn't pan out. I've tried my hand at "f/8-focus-at-2-3-feet" zone style focusing and it works amazingly well. I haven't been on the street doing that yet, I have just been practicing around the house and judging distances to see when I get into the "zone" on objects. I decided to do this because focusing on the street is decidedly slow and most definitely causes me to not pay as much attention to "moments" that are essential to the medium. I spend my time getting focus and then the viewfinder goes dark and it sort of defeats one of the major aspects of why people use rangefinders...the lack of distraction of a DSLR viewfinder or an EVF...you seem to "shoot through" the action...etc. So...even with it's faults, I'm giving the VOFV a shot for street and keeping the EVF for my other stuff. Anyone have thoughts on this? I know that Ray does a lot of street...hopefully he'll chime in. Just a PS: I noticed that at f/8, even hitting AF on someone's body results in sharp shots.