I got the 100 f2.8 and liked it a lot, so I ugraded to a 100L but apart from paying double, didnt see much of an IQ improvement, if anything it was less sharp (but still very sharp). I then sold that in a week or so and got the 180L.
I love the 180L, it is decent handheld and shines tripodded. I do not have to crowd the insects and can shoot from a decent distance. Best thing is I don't cast shadows on the subject when I am that close as I did with the 100's.
It is deadly sharp... just to show how sharp, here's a shot I took. The second shot is a crop of the first, yes those are Pollen buds.
This was taken with a 5Diii whose AA filter is stronger than the 5Dii, or it could have been sharper.
However if you want to shoot a lot of hovering/moving insects (not only stationary ones) then the 100L is a good choice. Granted I have not used the Sigma 150mm OS.