After completing my first commercial sale (see this thread), I've decided to splurge with some of the money and buy myself a nice lens - the one I wanted vs. the compromise due to cost, as described here. As per the subject line, I'm referring to the Canon 35mm f/1.4L lens. From all the reviews that I've read, this sounds like the best of its kind for the specs (though I'm not a fan of the 77 mm filter size since I'll need to buy new ones or step-up rings ... though Amazon says it's 72 mm filter ... and so does Canon's site, so I guess it's 72 mm). But, I wanted to hear from those of you who have this lens. Is there anything BAD about it? Or after using it for awhile, is there any time where you think, "if only it did this" or "didn't do this?" Also, I was planning on buying it from B&H since their prices are low ($1119 when I last looked), but even though Amazon's are slightly higher, Amazon would be cheaper once shipping is included (and cheaper than Adorama). Is there any reason NOT to buy such an item from Amazon? And finally, is this going to be discontinued? Amazon has a small note saying that it's been discontinued by the manufacturer, though Canon still has it on their site with no such message.