Found this thoughtful article on the "bokeh quest" that leads to a quest for silly fast lenses in the opinion of the author Karel van Wolferen. I think I agree with him. I was also astonished to see that at f/8 an old Minolta macro 50/3.5 could keep up with the famous Zeiss Otus 55/1.4. Maybe it's time we establish an f11 group, in analogy of the f64 group of Edward Weston and Ansel Adams and their peers? For landscapes at least I tend to go to smaller apertures again, sometimes a lot of blur just isn't right. Fortunately Sony seems to have chosen to come up with slower and smaller lenses for the FE line-up. The FE 35/2.8 is small and good and the upcoming 70-200/4 is heavy enough as it is; a lens like a Rokinon 35/1.4 wouldn't be in my bag only due to its weight and size. Ideally we will have a choice between various options in the image quality/speed/size/weight universe, but that will take years if at all.