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I've had the lens for about 3-4 years. The only problem I have with it is the long minimum focus distance. That should almost never be an issue with landscapes. Also, being an older lens, Adobe doesn't have a profile for it, so you'll need to correct the distortion yourself it it bothers you. It hasn't bothered me enough to deal with it. f/8 cleans up the edges pretty well, but it will still be a little soft in the extreme corners. Photographers are the only people who scrutinize the extreme corners of a photo anyway. On the plus side, it's he mechanically smoothest auto-focus lens I've ever used. It reminds me of old-school manual focus lenses. Unless you are shooting sports with an ultra-wide, auto-focus is plenty fast. So in summary, if the minimum focus distance is okay, then you'll be good to go with one.--Eric.