Hey Gang, I've been shooting weddings with zoom lenses for years and I'm really itching to get the sharpest lenses with the widest aperatures. I don't think it's a secret that Canon makes the best prime lenses and all of my favorite wedding photographers shoot prime. The 35mm 1.4, 50mm 1.2 and the 85 1.2 make me drool when I see what they'r capable of! Currently I shoot with a D300 and have used the D700 for a few weddings. The low noise is great but the last wedding I shot with I used a Nikon 85 1.4 on the D700 and it had some problems focusing in low light and locking in at 1.4 to 2.0 aperature on my chosen subject. It was really on and off the whole night. I must say I am glad Nikon has closed the gap in terms of bodies and zoom lenses but that's where it stops. I wish they as focused on primes as Canon but it's clear they're not. The new Nikon 50mm 1.4 is nice but I don't think it's as sharp as the 50mm 1.2 and the bokeh is not as good as Canon's. I hate switching out all my gear for Canon but they have everything covered no matter what kind of shooter you are and I love shooting primes now. Before I make a decision, I wanted to hear from Canon and Nikon users to hear your thoughts and why you would go with one or the other. Any opinions or personal experiences with Canon primes lenses would be great!