I would take that French magazine 'test' with a big pinch of salt. As with any lenses, sample variation can be far greater than any design performance, as can operator error. The bar graphs shown do not reflect what's stated in the text. For example; of the 80mm Componon it's stated 'distortion is not measurable (less than 0.1%)' and gets a score of 5, while of the Rodagon 80mm it says 'the distortion is at the limit of measurable with 0.05% cushion', and only gets a score of 4. So, what is their limit of measurability? 0.1% or 0.05%? Another lens with 0.1% cushion distortion only scores 3, the same as one with 0.25%. There are similar discrepancies and inconsistencies between text and score throughout the article. I know that if I was offered a Rodagon or a Meogon for the same price, I wouldn't be taking the Meogon.