Good evening, everyone. I currently own a Canon 5D, a kit zoom (18-55mm, which I haven't used in years), a 28mm 1.8 Canon, and an 85mm 1.8 Canon lens. I am looking for a good addition to my lenses. I do mostly portraits (outdoors) and landscape, when traveling. But my daughter is starting school, so I foresee the need for some event work in the near future. The most logical choice to me seems to be some kind of telephoto lens. 100mm didn't seem like a worthy improvement over 85mm, in terms of reach. Given that I by far prefer primes to zooms, my next choice was 135mm 2.8 and I even ordered one. But then re-read reviews online, chickened out, and cancelled my order. I also considered 70-200, due to its versatility, but I really can only afford an f/4 no IS one at this point ($600 is about my budget, at most, would prefer to get something for $300-400), and a lot of friends said that hand-holding at 200mm without IS is not a good idea. So, I seek some advice. Should I just keep saving and waiting, and get something really good down the road, like a 135 1.8? That sounds like a good idea (except that I'm impatient), but it may take me easily another year or even more to double my budget for a lens. But then the question of what do I do when I have to shoot a school play or something like that remains open... So, I'm really hoping you could either 1) talk me back into buying 135mm 2.8 2) talk me into buying 70-200mm f/4 no IS 3) suggest a lens I overlooked? Maybe a Sigma or a Tamron? Really appreciate your input!