With a crop body too, I skipped the kit lens and started with a 50mm 1.4, added a 10-22mm, and end up selling both for a 17-55mm.
The 50mm 1.4 was too narrow for crop for everyday use. The 10-22mm barely got use because it was situational. The 17-55mm was great. Only complaint was the build and wanted something sharper and better bokeh.
Sold everything again, and got a 35L.
Personally, I would rather have one great lens, one great flash, and one body, before I add anymore lens.
So my personal advice: keep the Tokina 11-16, sell everything else, pick up a Sigma 30mm or 35L if you can afford, and get a flash.
You need to find those lens that cannot be replaced, which forces you to save and add more lens like it
My next will be Tokina 11-16 or 70-200.
my 2 cent.
PS. I got a random $500 bonus from work, sold the 17-55mm for $840 + 500 and got a 35L.