I've asked sort of a variation of this question before, but as I'm still unsure, I thought I'd give it another go after thinking on it a little while longer.
So I currently have a 5Dm2, a 50 1.8 and a 24-105L. I'm pretty happy with this setup. I got the 24-105L mainly for the IS (I shoot a bit of hand held video and it comes in handy), but my first love is photography, and I'm getting a steady cam anyway, so I'm not really concerned with losing IS. I shoot a lot of street and portraits. I love still life, scenes, and people in general. I'm split between the setup that I want to go with.
I'm thinking of going with a 50 f/1.8, 85 f/1.8, and the 135 f/2, and maybe a 70-200 f/4 in there too. I'll lose my wide angle (I'd trade or sell the 24-105 for budget reasons), which was kind of nice, but I can always add a 24 or 35 in there somewhere down the line if I miss it I suppose.
I guess I'm just a tiny bit apprehensive to give up my 24-105 for some reason. I was not really a 'zoom' guy at first. I like the idea of using a prime and having to do a little work to get your angle and perspective, but man, it's sort of nice sometimes to just get it with a twist. Then again, the 135L (dreamy f/2) seems sort of magical, and I often find myself zoomed out to 105 to get a little background blur as it is. Being able to get amazing bokeh and awesome background blur with the 135L is really appealing to me.
Bottom line - its nice to just throw the 24-105 on my camera and just shoot. But something in the back of my brain is telling me to go faster and go prime. What do you guys think? Anyone gone that route and totally missed their L zoom?