Here's what I've gathered so far. I am looking mostly for low-light capability, but I admit the 10-22mm would be a "fun" lens to add to the collection.
I've got good coverage from 24mm to 200mm, with an 85mm f/1.8 in the middle (see gear list). As I know I'll be adding a 5D most likely this year, I'm really looking to avoid EF-S if possible (obviously ultra-wide on crop limits my choices). Also, I have a strong preference for Canon lenses, especially since I want to get the best IQ for the money.
Anyway, my packages:
1. 35L $1119.95
2. 24L $1119.95
3. 10-22 $689.00
4. 50L $1359.00
I've got $850 saved, but I've been saving for the 35L for some time now. The 50L is technically over budget, but if you convince me, I could possibly go that high.
Ignoring crop factor (I have a 40D, but saving up next for a 5D) and wideness of 24/35mm (my 24-105L has been plenty wide enough, and only 17% of all my shots have been at 24mm), what would you pick?
35L is still my top choice (IQ, focus speed, low light capability)... but am interested what others think!
Opinions? Consider the 24L/35L price ($1120) the absolute maximum I want to spend with the exception of an extremely strong argument for the 50L.