Probably this has been discussed somewhere in the forum, yet I would like to raise this question for open discussion. Recently there are many new releases, Olympus EM1, Panasonic GX7, Sony A7/A7R, Nikon Df, lots and lots. Yet after having this gear addition, it all started since the introduction of the PEN series, I have been collecting or expanding my gear at a pretty substantial rate. However after getting the EM5 and 5D Mark III, I notice most of the expansion falls into the addition of lenses and to be specific legacy glasses. Just now I saw a member posting his wish for a FW update on incorporating Focus Peaking on the EM5 and that initiates me to write up this post. Don't you feel that manufacturers tend to throw some new features one by one in order to make money? And digital products won't last for life and value which makes it a bit silly to chase after digital bodies. I was once doing so, but after putting aside my EP2 and using my EM5, I feel that it's indeed enough for me to stop chasing bodies Yet of course I feel kind of envy or jealous when seeing others rocking the latest gears, the temptation comes @@" My point is, I now go after lenses instead of bodies. I could have got the EM1 but instead I put the money on an OM 90mm F2 Macro and an OM 100 F2. I just imagine, it won't take long for Olympus or Panasonic to release mirrorless FF bodies, and perhaps I might be tempted to go for one. But at least not for the current flood of new products without significant changes or improvements. What do you guys think? No offense to those who have upgraded their gears, I do envy you a lot but my pocket and THE BOSS won't allow Please feel free to share your thoughts! Cheers, happy photography!