So Tamron made this new lens: 10-24mm f/3.5-4.5 Di II VC HLD Currently I'm using a Tokina 11-16 and a Tamron 16-300. I used Exposure plot to calculate at what mm I take the most pictures and it seems to be either on 11mm (Tokina) or between 16-25 on my Tamron (or 300mm, but thats a different story). I'm looking for something that can handle maybe both, and this lens really got my interests. When I compare the old version versus the Nikon 10-24, the Nikon clearly wins. But what do you guys think of this new version? Do you think its worth it? Will it compete against the Tokina in Quality ? Its not a 2.8, but only 2/3 stops difference. I also like star photography, and I like the 1mm more, but I'm hoping the Aperture difference is not going to remove to much detail. Any opinions? Or other (better) options you could recommend ? Thank you in advance !