Jarred Land posted this photo of the first lenses in the Red prime lens set, in this post on reduser.net. Jim Jannard, Red Capo, says "Our Professional series lenses and accessories should begin rolling out in force the next few months in support of the RED ONE and in anticipation of Scarlet & EPIC." Of the lenses, he adds, "These are incredible. The bench testing is beyond our widest dreams. As you know, we have lots of lenses here for testing. These new primes outperform them all...especially wide open...and it isn't close." Pictured above, in what order we aren't exactly sure, are the 18–85mm zoom T2.9 (far right?), 300mm T2.9 (far left?), 100mm T1.9, 85mm T1.9, 50mm T1.9, 35mm T1.9, and 25mm T1.9. (T-stops are an alternative to f-numbers that use total transmittance as a basis, since f-numbers don't take into account variations in absorbtion and reflectance of light within the elements and mounts of actual lenses. T-stops are more widely used in the film industry than in still photography, because professional movie camera lenses typically are more complex and often lost more light due to these factors.)
I didn't read the whole thread, as it goes on for more than 63 pages!