Hmm... unless it's a building that catches my eye, I don't tend to take any buildings. Maybe more of a set of buildings in a scene. I don't see much landscape since I'm a student and I live in or near the city at all times. There's just my view on the 31st floor of my apartment and that's probably it. But I would like to have something wide for the occasional vacation (places like the rockies, grand canyon, etc)
I mean shooting someone with something significant behind them, beside them, or things like ... a tree, or a street stretching into infinity, my friend riding a bicycle beside the ocean, or a random fail-moment. Maybe a cup of coffee and a doughnut with a bite mark in it on a table... Things like that..
On FX it is wider than 18 on DX and goes up to long enough for portraits so I would have said 'yes' - unless you only look at buildings and landscapes when you walk around, then 'no'. I guess 'walkaround' needs clarification or buy a 10-500 zoom....
So 14-24 is a no, correct?
If only I had the resources to get the three like OP, my life would be so much easier ~_~