Hello everyone. I am considering between the Canon EF 28-105mm lense or the EF 28-135mm lense. I have looked through shots taken through both lenses and I find these results: ______________________________________________________ EF 28-105mm II USM Sharp results all the time, seems like in almost any condition. It seems to make reds 'really really' red. However, greens and blues seem a little washed. EF 28-135 IS USM Seems to have really sharp photos half the time, but in other photos it's the total opposite and I wonder if I'm reading that it's the same lense. Mainly notice portraits are it's strength, however there are a few landscapes which came out great. Doesn't seem to be any range of focal length or aperature which affect the sharpness, I may have missed the pattern though. Regarding colors, it seems to have great contrast and all blues, greens, and reds are great. *I viewed around 50 photos with the EF 28-105mm, consistant results so I stopped. *I viewed over 100 photos taken with the EF 28-135 and results a so extreme I'm too confused to continue. _____________________________________________ Now my dilemma is I'm greedy. I want the colors and I want the sharp clarity. Also, I like the IS for low light help (I seem to always be in low light trouble), and I can hardly spoon soup in my mouth as my hand is so unsteady. If someone could assure me that the EF 28-135mm is actually very sharp (as sharp or more) than the EF 28-105, and these results are consistant and that I'm just unluckily viewing a lot of crummy work, then I will definitely purchase the EF 28-135. However, if not, am I wrong to say that EF 28-105 blues and greens are slightly washed compared to the 28-135? Are any of my observations wrong? Any input would be greatly appreciated and I thank you in advance!