I'm faced with a difficult decision as of late. I've been lucky enough to sell some other collectables off and stockpile enough funds to afford the coveted 12-35 & 35-100 "dream team" lens combo and am close to pulling the trigger on them but have recently pondered some different ideas. Analyzing my shooting it seems I either shoot on the particular wide end (7-14) or the longer end (45-150). Now, that's not to say having the 12-35 I wouldn't use it; I most certainly would use it. And then probably just keep my kit as just the 7-14, 12-35, and 35-100 for simplicity's sake. Odds are keep the 45 at home unless I knew I was going to be doing strict portrait shots. However, enter option 2, a second fixed lens camera body for a "take anywhere, always on me, grab 'n go quick" camera and get just the 35-100 lens. My first thought was a Fuji X100, with all the recent "fluji" going around I've seen and quite liked how small and compact the X100 is for it's colors and image quality. But, I also have seen the Ricoh GR and Sony RX100 which are also seemingly nice fixed lens camera options as well. While I know the Ricoh GR and Sony RX100 don't have the colors the Fuji does I'm curious if the others even stack up. Note: I am not looking at the X100S. I believe that for $1,200 it's just not enough camera to justify the expense in my opinion. With the latest firmware already announced and incoming for the X100 the typical grips should be nothing that concern me too much anymore. Then, I thought of option 3, forget the second camera idea and drop the G5 to pick up a GH3 and the 35-100 lens. I have big hands but don't want the weight - or price - of a full fledged DSLR so m4/3 is my choice; mainly the DSLR oriented bodies. My typical shooting involves cars, people, sports, landscapes, and pets. I had thought about getting into street shooting but don't think it will happen with a G5 or GH3 which is why the X100/Ricoh GR/RX100 entered my mind. My question to all of you is which option do you think is best and why? I'm posing this thread to you guys because the answers given always seem to take more into account than I originally did and I appreciate it.