Ok, here's a question for you hardcore Leicaphiles: <p> A friend found a chrome 35mm Summilux, with caps and hood, for sale at a VERY good price. It's the version with the focus tab that locks at infinity, and the eyes attached for use on the M3. (serial #2,166,...) Reportedly, both the glass and mechanics are in really excellent condition. I've done some research on this lens for him, but am unable to answer a couple of his questions. <p> Questions: <p> -Can these eyes be removed for use with a non-M3 body? (From what he says, the eyes contraption appears to be attached with two small screws that screw into two tiny vertical brackets affixed to the top of the lens barrel.) <p> -This version apparently can focus to 65cm, rather the usual 1m. Is this closer focus a result of using the eyes on an M3? Or will it focus to this distance on a non-M3 body? <p> -How does this lens compare to other 35mm Summiluxes? (I know, I know...the 35 ASPH 1.4 is the best thing since sliced bread, but it costs eight times as much as this lens, and he wants a fast 35 now!) <p> -Does it have any greater value as is, with the eyes attached, as a potential collector's lens? <p> Thanks for your help. Sergio.