Yes, I am really enjoying the new GR. It easily fits in the messenger bag I tote back and forth to work, it fits in a jacket pocket and it fits in my jersey pocket when cycling. Some of the recent additions though go against one of the GR’s greatest strengths, its compact size. I’m OK with that on occasion and it’s nice to have the option to strip it down whenever needed. On this rainy evening my wife and I took a drive over to the local camera shop and picked up the GW-3 Wide Conversion Lens. It has a conversion factor of 0.75 so the 28mm lens becomes equivalent to a 21mm fov when attached. I’m pretty happy at 35mm, 28mm is a little stretch, but 21mm is definitely out of my comfort zone, but there are some advantages to shooting street photography at 21mm. On first impression I was surprised how heavy the lens is and once attached it does make the GR a little front heavy. Here are a few photos of what it looks like mounted.
Based on a few around-the-house photos I am impressed that a relatively inexpensive conversion lens would give you such good quality. Photos posted have been corrected for exposure, color and distortion in Lightroom.