I've got more money than time to shoot this winter, I guess, so forgive me for this "what lens" thread. I have decided I need a wider stabilized lens in my kit. Half for video, half for landscapes, etc. I am quite fond of my 15mm f1.7, but I will admit I use my 25mm f1.8 more for low light stuff and kid pics. I have taken some great pics with it, though, and would be sad to see it go. However, I tire of 15mm being my widest regular lens, I wish it had stabilization for video, and sometimes I just want to use a standard zoom instead of swap primes. So I could easily add the 12-32mm to my kit, and have almost bought one a couple of times. Or I could go with the higher end 12-35mm f2.8, but I'd probably have to sell my 15mm to cover the full cost. And they just seem like they would be redundant, even if I got a good deal on a 12-35. Would love to hear opinions on which route you'd go with.