Went into the local camera store to see if they had any used E-mount lenses. Last time they had a 35/2.8, but I didn't think I needed it. It was gone now, only used lens was a 70-300. I have the 24-240, so there isn't much need for the 70-300, but I put it on the R3 anyways to check it out. I have now gotten so used to the faster primes! The 70-300 wanted to shoot at ISO 12,800! (I think I may have Min SS set to "Fastest"). So most shot were baad, but a few did impress me. 100% crop, 1/250th @ f/5.6, ISO 12800, 300mm, Eye-AF: They have been very good to my daughter and me as we have purchased a lot through them. I could get the 70-300 for about $800, but they would only give me $400 for the 24-240, and I couldn't pull the trigger. But I really was looking for a wider angle lens to go with the 55/1.8 and 90/2.8. I have been debating saving up for a 16-35, versus a wide prime. They did have a new 28mm f/2, which I tested, and it is sweet. 1/125th @ f/2, ISO 800: 100% crop: But I left in hopes they might eventually get a used one I could pick up cheap. To make a long story short, I also have a Sony credit card, and the bonus points for the recent R3 and 90mm purchases just came through. So I checked the Sony Rewards website, and the 20mm is available. I had also forgotten that the 28mm takes the Ultra-Wide and Fish-Eye adapters. I have enough points for the 28mm and one adapter, so I have ordered the lens and Ultra-Wide converter. Kind of makes me wish I had gone with the 85/1.8 instead of the 90 Macro for the small total package. Maybe I'll get that at some point, too. I'm getting spoiled by the faster lenses, although I still want to save up for the 100-400 and 1.4 TC. Now I have to decide if I still need/want the 24-105. And what priority is the 100-400, 24-105, and 85/1.8.