The APS-C only Tamron 60mm F/2 macro lens turned in a good review, although as a macro lens it has some surprising qualities. If you want a pocketable, fast medium telephoto lens for hand-held available light shooting, this is your lens, it works very well at F/2! Also look very closely at this lens if you want razor sharp macro images using apertures from F/5.6-8. If you’re looking to do product photography where smaller apertures are normally used, I’d look elsewhere, like the Sony 100mm F/2.8. Check out the full Tamron 60mm F/2 review for more info.
My copy has less-than-adequate focusing accuracy, but I may have received one which slipped by the QC boy, which is unusual for Tamron. I’ve reviewed about half a dozen Tamron lenses as of this review, and never had a problem before. People are reporting few if any problems with focusing accuracy, but do complain about slow focusing.