When the Sony a7s came out, I realised this was the camera that was ideal for the shots I aspire to take. I often work in low light, and abhor flash, as it destroys both the moment and the natural light.
Then the 24-240mm superzoom came out in the E mount, and I knew that was the glass to round it out. It doesn't matter where you're standing, when the moment happens, you can grab it. I'm not sure how the 'zoom with your feet' people walk through walls, and across tables...
Unfortunately, neither are low-end pieces of equipment, and it has taken some time to manage the budget, and to have the items appear on the second hand market. But today I got the lens to go with my (rather battered) a7s.
In one sense, I don't think there will be a radical difference in the pictures I take. But hopefully, they'll be a bit crisper, less blurred. I think I will be able to get a few more 'keepers' from difficult situations. Well, that's what I tell myself. It's also stabilised and quiet, so I will be able to get those benefits for moving images too. It's a largish bit of bottle, and the Zeiss 28-70 will still do duty occasionally if I want to be a bit more subtle, but I'll be getting the measure of this - and how the body talks to it - for the next while.