Thanks for "ladling" this post out of the muck and mire of that thread: "Bullshitting about Bullfighting."
I have two additional observations I discovered today:
2) The actual focal lengths are so d-a-m-n small that I miss having the ability to dial in a very shallow, but appropriate depth of field. But then, for that I always resort to manual focusing, not something I relish with an EVF. To me, too much depth of field is a problem in smooth colorful areas. Possibly this contributes to my original observation.
I was interested in your post, but the thread was closed (I wonder why - smile) so I pulled it out.
I tend to use Photoshop to reduce depth of field when I have too much. For example, I took a picture of a flower recently and used f11 so I would get maximum DOF in the flower and then used PS to reduce the DOF in the background. I also like the increased DOF for landscapes when I want the foreground to infinity sharp. However, I can see that the workflow to reduce DOF could be a real problem for someone who typically wants reduced DOF.