I'm currently wondering if I should sell my Nikkor 14mm f2.8 lens and change it to the Tokina 11-16mm f2.8. The Nikkor is good lens and I've been happy with it, except that it's pain in the *** to use with filters (and since shooting landscapes a lot, I really can't live without my ND grads). Does anyone here have any experience or information if you compare these two against each other? Basically what I'm thinking here is that would the Tokina be noticable drop in image quality compared to Nikkor. There are several things that are quite tempting with the Tokina. Naturally easier to use with filters (probably would get a Lee set). Then there's the range from 11mm (interesting effects) to 16mm (more moderate view) that would be nice. I know that the Tokina is DX, but I figure that if I'll ever get a full frame camera, I'll probably get some new glass anyway. And I don't think I have that big need for 14mm on full frame (also it should work at 16mm). But I bought D300 this spring, the image quality is good for me and I just bought my own apartment.