I'm typical a landscaper shooting with a 7D, 10-20, 17-55 + a bunch of other stuff.
I've always been looking at a FF body, and within the next 6 months I will have a 5d2 (or 5d3).
But right now I have a chance at some decent paid commercial work, shooting 9 bars/hotels/restaurants ( they want 160 finished shots including a bunch of night shots etc).
I can/will borrow a 5D2 + 17-40L and will have 3+ speed lights if needed.
I'm pretty convinced I want to be shooting on FF with a prime, and probably the 24mm f3.5 TSE mkII.
I also think it would be awesome for this gig, I kinda have the money to buy it, and I expect the gig would pay it back (and a bit). I also know its trickier to use, I understand tilt and shift (in theory!) and will have live view and can shoot with remote if needed (or transformer using remote app).
So who has it? Is it wide enough on FF for most indoor shots of this type? I like the 17 but it has filter issues. It (the 24) looks a damned near perfect lens optically.