E) The few remaining pics show a similar bokeh to those posted. But in fairness, the background was green leaves in full sunlight, so maybe not the best of conditions.
If you make your living shooting weddings, green leaf backgrounds, in full sunlight, is exactly what you deal with all the time (at least in 'summer' months) - and should in no way, and I don't see it in your photos, be a negative. I see more sharpness (expected and good), more micro contrast (excellent), you can learn to play with sunlight greens in LR and make them look really good (you didn't so not judging you here - this is easily done) - it is the bizarre magenta on the blond hair that has me disappointed (even though I have learned to never judge any specific picture)
He is a picture with a blonde with sunlight greens with the 85 1.2 @ F1.4 (yes processed) - and while in SOOC there might have been CA, with processing and with a good LR profile, it is eliminated - but that crazy magenta blond tips as posted earlier is not good - what I would personally pay a small fortune for is a sharper lens than I have shown in the picture below, with excellent AF, great IS, and supreme rendering bokeh.
I'm still holding out hope for this new lens because of the IS and the modern micro contrast - but to me, the new Tamron can be shot wide open at F1.8 and is more than good enough - unless this new lens completely rocks like the 35Lii.
And here is what a modern 85 VC lens looks like, and what Canon 85 1.4 IS lens is going to be price shopped against - yes this picture is at F2.8, but if you are shooting portraits / weddings etc, with high megapixel cameras that 'need' IS lenses, this is what is already out there from Tamron (and I say this as a Canon colour space fanboy)
IMAGE LINK: https://flic.kr/p/Z41Y6A emily by Paul O'Neil, on Flickr