« on: March 24, 2013, 11:49:41 AM »
Personally, I think it's unwise to base such a decision on absolute number of shots or relative frequency of use compared to other lenses. I have dress shoes for work and casual shoes for weekends. Should I sell my snowshoes because I only get to use them once or twice a year?
The shots I get with the 16-35L are, for the most part, shots I couldn't get with other lenses I have available. OTOH, Mt. Spokane, you mention using it mostly from 24-35mm - that would be a bigger concern for me. A 24-70/2.8L II might be a better choice, in that case.
I'm inclined to sell it, since I do have the 17mm prime.
I may wait a few more months to decide, I'd like to do some landscape photography, but never seem to find the time.
If Canon had the 24-70mm MK II on their refurb sale that started today, I'd have it on order. I'll likely order one very soon in any event.