So I've been pondering for a while about what it would be like to shoot with a second body. Actually, the idea crossed my mind before, when I switched to M43. I was gifted an E-mount Rokinon 12mm right before I switched to M43, so I thought I would try out carrying both my a6000 and EM5 and pull out the a6000 whenever I wanted an UWA shot. Instead, what happened was that a poor friend of mine recently took interest in photography, but all she had was a cheap film camera, so I let her borrow my a6000 gear since I wasn't actually planning to sell it yet. So I never got to experience that two body feeling like I was thinking about. Seeing Oly's refurb deals has rekindled my interest in that though. An EM10.2 for $300 is enticing, although still expensive for what is really just a slight quality of life improvement. If I were a wedding or event photographer where timing were critical, it would be a no brainer, but as a hobbyist mostly interested in landscape and travel, time is not critical. There are times though that I see a shot, but I'd have to switch lenses just for that one, and then switch back to my main lens, so I don't bother. Obviously, if it was a "money shot", I'd take the time to do it, but for interesting but not amazing shots, I don't bother. A second body would be for that kind of stuff. It sounds nice, but I don't know if it's $300 nice. Then the problem is how to get the camera out. I wouldn't want to walk around with two cameras around my neck unless I was being paid for it, so it would stay in my bag. But then the only way I could take it quickly would be with a messenger bag. I do have one, but I also have a backpack that I love, but if I had to take the time to swing it around, unzip the camera compartment, and all that jazz, then it would only be marginally faster than just switching lenses. It definitely feels like this is another battle against the lifelong war with GAS, so I think I need you guys need to talk me back to reality. It probably makes more sense to delegate my EM5.2 to second body duty when I upgrade to whatever camera in 3 or so years (hopefully I can fight GAS for that long when they show off the EM5.3's 100MP sensor, 10-axis IBIS, and built in toaster).