I'm slated to become a father for the first time in the fall, and I'm using it as an excuse to do a little bit of lens shopping. I absolutely love the look of a fast 35 on FF, and my current weapon of choice is the CV Nokton 35/1.2 II on a Hawks Factory helicoid to give it a little close focus. Love the look, love the bokeh, hate that it means I can't hand the camera to almost anyone else and expect a sharp photograph. And with the A7rIII, I now have a camera that should do great low light AF (unlike my original A7r which was pretty useless). My favorite AF fast 35 of years past was my Canon 35L, for the soft transition and smooth Bokeh. There are now 3 nice, big, heavy, native AF fast 35s. The Sony Distagon, Samyang, and now Sigma. All chunkier than my CV and a bit slower, but really about the same weight. The Sony is about twice the cost of the other two. But is it worth it? From what I've seen of the Sigma, it's bitingly sharp, but I don't particularly love the Bokeh if I'm honest. Bit nervous. And I'm a little hesitant on the Samyang, perhaps needlessly. Then there's the 'out there' option of an RX1R, though th slower AF and lack of IBIS (and high price for a slower lens) do put me off a little. Thoughts welcome.