Have a look at the Samyang 135mm f/2 Ben. It's about as close to optically perfect as I've ever seen. Whether its undetectable amount of spherical aberration also delivers perfect bokeh is, I suspect, entirely a matter of personal taste. "Hypocritical? It's not a belief system.." - Really not? It seems to me that film use is evangelised and defended with a zealot enthusiasm that verges on fanaticism in some quarters. With film being supposedly imbued with mystical qualities that can't be emulated. (Despite the fact that the same mystical 'film' shots are being viewed as digital files online) I actually find it quite sad that darkroom use is almost extinct these days, while film use is supposedly on the rise. There's still nothing to touch a genuine silver-gelatine print for B&W reproduction. Yet so-called film enthusiasts can only be bothered to go as far as producing a negative in their quest for the 'analogue' experience. I applaud anyone who's still wet printing. Well done! It's just unfortunate that your tactile genuine prints can't be shared online like those 'shamalog' scanned efforts.