It seems Leica T 18-56mm is suffering for this reputation.
But more and more I use the Leica TL system, the more It becomes my true standard lens. I dont know what to complain other than the slower f stop. But even that is not a rsal problem. Today’s sensor is so fast, I rarely need that for speed. For selective depth of focus? Sometimes, but I also feel the bokeh is a way way over abused terms. Many pictures on the webs are shooting blindly for bokeh for bokeh, while a more proper depth of focus should be more advantageous. I found when I shot with T 18-56mm, there is far less risk to fall into such trap.
Also, after crazy about the super wide angle, now I find the challenging perspective (not really a distorsion) of 16mm (24mm equivalent in FF) makes me want to stay with 18-56mm (roughly 28-85mm in FF) most of the time. Now I am much more caucious to use super wide. It is really useful with the proper topics, but again, I would avoid shooting super wide just for super wide, only if it really makes sense. And normally (in my taste), it should be less common compared to 18-56mm.
I donot have T 35mm f1.4, but I have M 35 f2 and ZM 25mm. I find myself use them less and less.