Thank you everyone for responding. The 135L is a 'want' lens for me after seeing superb photos posted from it by members on this forum, so I can hold off and get it when I have some spare money to burn. The 70-200 zoom will be my next 'need', and I'm still leaning toward the F4 since I'll be able to use it on the 5d3. If I want more bokeh, I do have a 50mm 1.8 in my bag. My bf has been talking about ordering both, trying them side by side and then returning one. I keep telling him he needs his own 70-200, as sometimes we shoot together, sometimes apart. Plus, we've got multiple lenses right now that are redundant. I've got my 17-55 up on CL, but haven't had any luck selling it thus far. Adorama is offering me a price that is fairly close to my asking price, so I'll probably send it in to them. So I guess my final choice is f4 for me, f2.8 ii for him.
My wife and I shoot together, we bought 2 70-200f2.8L IS II leneses since we figured we didnt want to be fighting over using that lens and having one each was fine until I got the 85mm, she prefers to shoot with zooms I prefer primes, so now for weddings having 2 70-200 lenses is redundant (having 2 is still fine for fashion and runway where this lens is basically without equal and we both use them)
If you are going to get 2 lenses why not get the 70-200 f2.8L IS II and the 85mm f1.4 ?
having 2 shooters taking shots with the same focal length lens is kind of redundant at a wedding. making sure both shooters are using different lenses give more variety.
typically my wife shoots with the 24-70 f2.8L (the 70-200 is heavy for her so she only uses it some of the time)
I will usually use the 16-35 and the 85 although since I have gotten the sigma 35 I'm torn i got it more for low light receptions but it's just so damn good i want to use it for everything now!