Samyang 35/1.4, because it's only a tiny tiny tiny bit softer in the centre than the canon 35/1.4L, but way way sharper on the edges. It's my walkaround 'normal' on my 7D, it makes great stitches for panorama (the Tripod ring for the 100L macro fits it perfectly for parallax-free stitching), and if/when i go FF, it'll be my standard wide-angle lens. I also prefer the manual-stop-down ring for checking DOF, instead of pressing a very fiddly button which doesn't stay in and bumps the tripod which you have to do on electronic-aperture lenses.
But the best part, it's also less than 1/3rd the price in exchange for weather sealing and AF (which i'd like, but for that price I can do without). 8-bladed straight aperture really doesn't make much difference on wide-angle to normal shots, only on macro (which I don't use it for anyway now).
Basically, it's Zeiss on a budget.
Can't wait for their upcoming 24/1.4 to be released...