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I shoot 30+ years and recent few years gone serious in photography. I am a Leica noob, I've been using M for only 1+ year (since last March) and I've finally got the focusing issue fixed, and now I can see the IQ at different distant, lighting, aperture, etc... I own 4 Leica lenses on MP240 and I shoot wide open most of the time unless over exposure, shooting product, studio or shooting landscape. My work are mostly portrait & headshot. Here are my observations when shooting wide open. 1) 24mm lux, IQ is fine when uncropped, however, if I start to crop, then detail and contrast are badly diminishing as going further and further. 2) 35mm lux last version I think it's V3?, same as 24 but better. 3) 50mm lux, I cannot complain. I wish all my Leica lenses perform like this. It's sharp, high contrast and I can crop and crop and still good. 4) 90mm cron, as sharp as 50mm lux but must lower contrast in comparison. However, it's fixable using LR. My question.... I might have wrong expectations because I kind of using the 50mm lux as standard and expecting other lenses perform similar. I know wide angle lenses can't go as sharp but I was expecting better because it's price tag. Anyway, are my observations true or something is wrong with these lenses (or something wrong with my brain lol)? I wish to hear your thoughts if your shooting style is similar and owning similar lenses. Thank you.