For a quick overnight run to the coast, I decided to bring 19mm, 24mm and 30mm. Not a very wide range of focal lengths, either, but each lens definitely served a purpose. They all work great with flare and super high contrast. Especially the Sigma 30mm. This was my first time out with the new (discontinued old model) Sigma 19mm. The Sigmas definitely have their merits but the SEL24 remains my go-to for roaming - it's the one I'll take when I take only one. But of course when you want wider angle, it certainly is nice to have that handy. If not as razor sharp at the pixel level as the 24 or the 30, the Sigma 19mm is generally very well-behaved and does nice corners, stopped down. (I wish I lived in the rainforest - this makes a much better outdoor lens test than my yard!) And in many ways the performance isn't too far from the SEL24. Here's the Sigma 19: And here's the SEL24: Hmm, I just noticed that the lenses I chose for this trip just happened to be my 3 e-mounts (instead of my numerous old legacy lenses). Well, like I said, they each serve their purpose quite well when I'm roaming for landscapes. I suppose it doesn't hurt that they're light and small with no adapters to mess around with. Anyway, thanks for looking!