All, I posted some time back after having problems with the 85mm 1.8 not focusing right on my Eos 3. The problem was that focus was fine wide open, but stopped down, while the image was sharp in the VF, it progressively got worse on film with stopping down. These were not small errors but a scene focused, say, at 20m and f5.6 would me completely soft, wheres a cigarette box at 1.2 and close up was nice an sharp. I sent the first 85 1.8 back and got a second. The second was the same (but also decentered). Fed up, and thinking the lenses were the course of the focus issue, I ordered a 85 1.2L II. Same darned problem with focus. Tried my second Eos 3 body. Same problem. Tried on my Eos 1n. PERFECT at all apertures and distances. Stunning performance and I have little doubt that had I used the first 85 1.8 on this body, it would have also been perfect. After all, the same 85 1.2L II was completely unusable on EITHER Eos 3. What the heck is going on? My Eos 3 cameras are fine with about six other lenses at all apertures, but are simply unusable with the 85 L II and appear to have had the exact same issue with both the 85 1.8 EFs I used. In all cases, focus is very quick and looks perfect through the VF... its only when you see the negs you wonder what on earth has happened. Mush. At least I have one body that operates faultlessly with the 85, but why on earth would two bodies that are flawless with every other lens I own wreak such havoc when married to an 85? The eos 3s are tack sharp with my zooms and 70-200 F4 L. Any thoughts? Is there some focus module incompatibly? Are my two Eos 3s possessed by the devil?