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For me the 80 is a pleasure to hold and use as an object. The combination of size, weight, balance, (stronger than average) focus ring resistance, and (shorter than average) MFD and focus throw all work together to enhance the intimacy and romance of its FOV and rendition. It's a commitment to use, but not a burden. It requires care and patience to focus but the throw is short enough for you to be responsive to fleeting moments. It gets close and is never voyeuristic.
My other R lenses come close but don't give me that feeling exactly. Other short teles I've tried have all paled in comparison in terms of the total experience, even if they may well be optically superior. The Contax 85/1.4 has too long a focus throw for reactive shooting and only goes down to 1m. The FD 85/1.2L is too fat for my hands, and makes me aware of the effort of focusing it. On the other hand the optically almost identical and considerably lighter Lux-M 75 v3 that I had was too thin and too cramped.
Tactile feedback is so crucial and greatly influences one's experience and results, even if it's necessarily very subjective and hard to convey.
I admit I'm curious about the Otus 85 though.