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user222 -- Yes, the 24TS-E II is what further complicates my relationship with the 21/2.8. They are very close to the same image size and magnification, and the IQ is at least as good (if not better) in the 24 (certainly less distortion). Add to that the ability to shift to produce wider panoramic composites, and the 24 can actually act like a 14mm for narrow panos, or blocked into a grid it rivals UWA medium format quality. So, between my 16-35 and the 24TS, the 21/2.8 is often the odd-man-out. That is why I consider it not vital in my useage. Don't misunderstand, the 21 is a wonderful lens, but it is limited depending on your approach.