I have had 2 Canon 50mm f/1.4s and 3 Canon 10-22mms as well.
I have bought and sold all of them, but I did enjoy them while I had them. I never had any of the trouble some of these others "claim" to have, which (in some cases sound contrived to me); all of my lenses worked very well for me and did what they were supposed to.
I sold my lenses, not because of quality issues, but because I am primarily a macro photographer and rarely used them. When I go out to get my shots, I like to document certain aspects of the terrain for my blog, and when I used these lenses it was a hassle swapping them out in the field. So I just started using my smart phone (Galaxy Note II) in their place. Trouble was, if I need a really good shot, I didn't like using the phone, so I would buy these two lenses again. I repeated this process a couple of times, until I decided to buy a Canon G15 that I can just carry on my hip if I need it.
While not providing quite the width or quality of a DSLR, the G15 shoots RAW, it is small and handy, it gets fairly wide shots, and the image quality is much better than that of a smartphone. So I am very happy I no longer have to swap lenses anymore, and can just whip out the G15 for a wide or tele-shot of reasonable quality, and place it back on my hip, without taking my tricked-out macro lenses off my main camera.
So it really depends on what you want to do. Me personally, to be able to have the ability to whip out a small camera and get a 28-140mm (f/1.8-2.80 shot, right off my hip, trumps any peripheral advantage of the 2 lenses you describe. Nor do I have to lug around these two lenses on my back, remove my backpack, and swap these things out. I can just carry my main camera as always, let it hang on my neck (or stay on my tripod) when I need a different kind of shot, and just grab the G15 off my hip when needed.
I will NOT be going back to those other 2 lenses anymore ... even though they served me well and gave me no technical problems ... because the convenience of the G15 outweighs everything for me.