I'm not surprised to see that the Zeiss Loxia 2/35 ("E 35mm F2") is the clear winner of the numbers game. I only had the Zeiss Loxia 2.4/85 from Nov. 19, 2020 but it still accounts for a lot of pictures; the Minolta MD 2/85 was its predecessor, replaced when I realized a short telephoto is really useful. The Voigtländer Nokton 1.2/40 is another lens that is used regularly, complementing the Zeiss Loxia 2/35 for those occasions where the Loxia 2/35 doesn't cut it (low light requiring f/2 or wider with good contrast, edge/corner sharpness wider than f/4).
The A7 is only used in my table-top studio, primarily to photograph my lens collection.
Ad, you have posted a very detailed analysis of your shots.
I have been - before covid - looking at the Zeiss Batis 18mm as I have a fantastic 24mm but now I gave up to see if I pass this life test.
Perhaps Zeiss Distagon 15mm could also give me satisfaction but I have to wait to see if I survive...
For me, the 24mm GM is winning the game followed by the 135 GM ! Both great lenses !
Thank you for replying !