So, here's my dilemma. My E-M5 is under the weather. It seems to read the battery capacity erratically, sometimes deciding the battery is nearly empty when it's not, and a few times even refusing to operate. Sometimes I can pop out the battery and pop it back in, and everything is OK. . . for a while. The problem is erratic. I know from past experience that sending it in for repair would take A While, and I worry about getting that dreaded "we can't duplicate the problem" response. Meanwhile the camera doesn't work dependably enough for me to rely on it, and it ends up sidelined. I've pondered a new E-M10 Mk2. It wouldn't cost too much, and it would actually upgrade one thing about the E-M5 that seems a bit weak, which is the EVF. However, M4/3 has somewhat lost its luster for me. The last couple of lenses I got were disappointing. The M4/3 lens catalog is large(ish) but disorderly, with both gaps and redundancies. And getting the E-M10 Mk2 would mean no escape from the awkward Olympus user interface and labyrinthine menu system. I've longed for the Fuji X-T1 ever since it came out. The look, the size, the control layout. . . all reminds me of the Ricoh XR7 film camera that I first learned on, and which I still find very pleasant to operate. It's as though Fuji somehow got into my head and pulled my dream camera out. It also has multiple aids for manual focusing, which is an area where I feel the E-M5 really falls down. There's no question I would have bought the X-T1 when it was released, if I hadn't already got the E-M5 and was in my honeymoon time with it! However... With the Fuji, I would be starting from zero. I have no lenses, nothing. And the lenses, they are pricey. This would be a costly commitment for a camera that would perform only slightly better by any objective standard. And now. . . Now Pentax are rolling out their long-fabled full frame camera, the K-1. It's an expensive camera body, by my standards, but I wouldn't have to buy any lenses up front. (I could even use some lenses from the old Ricoh XR7!) The Pentax lens catalog is an endless bounty. Vintage lenses are plentiful, new Samyangs are cheap (and actually work with full aperture control on the Pentax!), and any way I figure the math I would end up spending less total money on a considerably higher-specified camera with the K-1 as opposed to the Fuji. The K-1 would be the biggest and most cumbersome setup, but I wouldn't be getting rid of my Pentax Q7 system, which is about as compact and portable as any system camera ever gets. So I'd have both ends of the spectrum covered there. I've been back and forth over this, and I don't seem to be getting anywhere. And while I'm locked in indecision, window shopping, I continue using the Q7 and XR7 for nearly everything. . . Maybe I should just stick with them, I dunno. Kodak Ektar 100 does turn out some pretty colors. I could afford a lot of film and processing for what I'd spend on a "new hotness" camera.