Portrait prime time
In N-Photo 69, I was stunned to see that the Nikon AF-S 58mm f/1.4 was not included in the comparison of other portrait prime lenses. I own one and parted ways with the AF-S 50mm f/1.4 G and D models in lieu of the 58mm f/1.4. I understand it is viewed somewhat as a speciality lens, but I still think it to be a true portrait lens worthy of consideration.
Also, could you review the Zeissbrand portrait lenses? I think there is a lot of potential in the Zeiss Milvus line, and the comparison could have included their portrait lenses. The 58mm is an impressive lens, but its focal length for portraiture is better suited to shooting on DX-format bodies, where the high price makes it less popular than other 50mm lenses. Similarly, Zeiss Milvus lenses are optically superb, but their price and lack of autofocus makes them more of a specialist choice.