First, let me say that I REALLY like my new f/1.4L lens. At f/2.0, I can do what was before a 300-second exposure in around 30 seconds. I mention this because this was my first serious test of my new lens. Anyway, I was out last night and once I finally got a good focus, I took a few dozen ~75-second images at f/2.0, ISO 100 with my 35 mm prime. As is somewhat typical for me, the only shot that showed anything was my first. I've gone through my standard image reduction (averaging 5 shots to get the starfield, overlaying the meteor trail), cropped it, and shrunk to around 30%. As I'm sure most people can attest to who saw these in person, they're much more impressive when viewed with the eye as opposed to viewing in a photo.