All I wish lenswise is that Canon would produce a 14-24mm (or better, a 12-24mm or, even better a 10-24mm) and announce if they will (or will not) produce a new 100-400mm.
I think that Canon´s new 50mm could be a behemoth 50mm f/1.4L just to compete with Zeiss or Sigma, but I would like to see a new 50mm f/1.2L or 50mm f/1.0L just for bragging rights.
I ran (what I thought to be) an interesting poll on the nature of the 14-24 interest in this forum. I asked if people had a choice of the sharpness of Nikon's 14-24 or the focal length of Nikon's 14-24 -- and you could only have one -- what would you choose?
(See the question for how I phrased it, the specifics do matter.)
75% of respondents said they just wanted a sharper ultrawide than their current 16-35/17-40 options.
25% stuck to their guns that they'd accept the current (lack of) sharpness from their 16-35 lenses applied to the wider 14mm FL.
Keep in mind this was run before the very nice 16-35 F/4L IS was released. But I find it fascinating that (with this limited sample size), the majority of people clamoring for a 14-24 just want a sharper ultrawide. But, based on your comments, I have to assume you'd want the focal length over the sharpness (if you had to choose).