We are living in great times for photographic image makers. This is particularly evident by the numerous posts by people switching into and out of various systems. Since retiring from commercial photography imaging work, I've sold off all of my FF gear (except for a 5DMkII body) and have been quite well served by m4/3 for my personal imaging needs, with some exceptions. No longer a working photography professional, my camera imaging needs are restricted to travel, art, landscape, street, and personal portrait work. Most of this is well served by m4/3 as very, very little is actually printed. The exception, for me, is with landscape and art imaging, which may require files with imaging data suitable for wall art ranging up to 30 to 40 inches on the long side. I have moved to a new home in the SW with huge spaces and large walls and would like to be able to create landscape and art images capable of being printed at relatively large sizes for wall display. So... my m4/3 kit needs to be augmented. I don't plan to eliminate the m4/3 kit, as for many applications, m4/3 remains an ideal format for hardware size, weight, and output. I need to capture, again, with a larger format system. I'm considering one of two options: 1) Re-acquire lenses to use on my (left over) 5DMkII body 2) Begin building a Fuji APS sensor system Building the FF system would involve dealing, again, with a significantly larger, bulkier, heavier system, but would bring the advantages of FF sensor to the large wall print objective, but at a significant cost in convenience. Building a Fuji APS system would yield better capability for the wall print objective than m4/3, but would keep the resulting gear moderately compact and lightweight... essentially a compromise between the FF capability, size, and weight and the m4/3 capability, size, and weight. I'm still in the consideration phase of this process. With this post, I'm essentially thinking "out loud", knowing that many others here on the forum are likely going through similar considerations. If you would like to chime in with your thoughts, that would be great, as I'm sure most of us would benefit from reading other's thought processes in this.