Zeiss - old school manual focus. You'd think by now we'd (I'd) be waaay beyond that but, I've become rather attached to the image quality from the Zeiss glass I've used.
And my Trinity(*) is almost complete.
All 3 of them are from the "classic" series. I'm so terribly thankful the Milvus series came out to push the classic series down in price
35 f/2 - Great general purpose lens, often gives me the Zeiss 3D look. Has been the lone Zeiss in my kit for a few years.
100 f/2 - Just received yesterday. Baby is this thing sharp. Bokeh is smooth without being boring and flat.
50 f/1.4 - To be delivered on Friday. Yes, I know it is low contrast (soft) wide open, but just look at that bokeh! Very unique. This will be my 3rd one and I'm looking forward to the cool looking images I'll get with it.
Side benefit - The lenses are smaller in diameter than typical Canon AF lenses so my Domke F6 shoulder bag will do a better job of carrying them.
(*) Since these 3 lenses are not also 1, Tritheism would be a better word, perhaps just Trio. But for the sake of historic POTN consistency, we can stick with Trinity