The two lenses up today are both longtime staples of Canon's lineup, the rectilinear ultrawide full-frame Canon EF 14mm f/2.8LUSM, and a classic "Portrait Lens", the Canon EF 85mm f/1.8 USM. An older design, we didn't find the 14mm up to the standards of some newer optics, but it did reasonably well on our 5D body, making it a good option for ultrawide (and surprisingly low distortion) full-frame photography. The 85mm f/1.8 looks like something of a bargain: Other than a lopsided blur characteristic wide open, it performed quite well (and portrait shooters may actually appreciate some off-axis softness at maximum aperture to further drop out the background).
On other fronts, there are still a couple of lenses that have been tested but haven't had their analysis posted yet, and we hope to have test results for Tamron's 18-250mm DiII super-zoom posted by sometime. Stay tuned!
Meanwhile, here's a list of other lenses we've posted results for recently: