Hello all. I do several jobs each year that involve shooting furniture setups in showrooms. The furniture is laid out in a way that allows large numbers of customers to quickly meander through and get a close view of all the offerings. Kinda like cattle in a maze. Not optimal for photography. As a result, I'm left with no choice but to shoot wide in tight spaces. Until now, I've been doing this with a D300 and a Tokina 12-24. I recently purchased a D3s and now I need a WA zoom to go with it for this type of shooting. On DX, most of the shots are taken at 15-16 mm. Distortion can be a problem, but I do have Lightroom and PS for lens correction. I've been reading up extensively on the 14-24, the 17-35 and the 16-35 -- and I still haven't come to a final conclusion. Any ideas on which one of these would be my best bet? It seems the 14-24 is best WRT distortion control and corner sharpness. I would also use the lens to shoot interiors for real estate and interior design. I shoot indoor/outdoor sports, too. Any insight would be appreciated.