Hello all! So this may look a bit weird but after going to the Arches National Park in Utah, I wish I had some wide zoom lens to facilitate getting different perspectives of the amazing views and in such a dusty area, to minimize lens changing (not the main concern though). I also noticed that I did not use the Rokinon 14mm as much as I thought...always seems like way too wide for actual landscape...more like an indoor lens for me. The FD 35mm F2 is a great lens, sharp as pretty much any 35mm out there and it did good for sure but indoors is not enough sometimes....so this got me thinking... The 16-35mm seems like a fantastic option for a one lens solution IF the IQ is actually great across the frame, corners etc. One reason I was keeping the 14mm F2.8 was thinking that in the future if I start doing wedding, such a wide lens could be good for full family indoor shots etc. In any case, I could keep the 14mm, FD35mm F2 and just add the FD 20-35mm for not much money or sell those two and get the 16-35mm. It would be nice to not carry so many lenses as well. What do you guys think? PS just noticed the Canon EF 20-35 mm f/2.8L is in the same price range as the FD 20-35mm and faster so maybe that makes even more sense.