So many choices! As a semi-small one camera option, with it's 3-axis, tilty screen, and grip, the PL7 is very appealing to me. But, now that I can have two cameras--one m4/3s, one FF Sony--the waters are muddied! First, GM1 is the obvious choice because it's the smallest. But the mechanical shutter is limited to 1/500 sec; and turned of completely on any lens with no mechanical contacts; and the electronic shutter has a 1 second maximum. I can see potential issues here. Are there? Should I stick with the PM2? The lenses being used would be fisheye, 15BCL, 12-32, 20, 45, and a few adapted lenses. Then, for the FF Sony. The A7 was the good choice but now the A7 mkII now has IBIS to make the choice harder again because, not only does it cost more, it's bigger. I'd be adapting lenses to this camera. But recently I've been looking at the benefits of the no-AA filter on the A7R and even the RX1R. Boy, are they sharp! So the A7R mkII would be the one get if I want to go the high price route (I'm assuming it will be made in 2015). The A7 is now under $1000 though. And then there's the RX1 (r). Such a nice camera and I would not need the P20--ever. But this still would still not satisfy the full frame desire of a 85/1.8 lens. If only the RX1r had a 50mm lens. It might be the only camera many people need. Grrr, darn Sony making all these good cameras but not exactly what *I* want! UPDATE (Just for fun): Imagine having a 3 stage shelf with the following on it: Top: PM2, fisheye, 12-32, 14, 15BCL, 45, and adapters to use the vintage lenses below Middle: A7, 28/2, 50/1.7, 85/1.8, 100/2, 135/2.8, 200/4 Bottom: RX1r (35/2) Minimal. Perfect. Lowest price for size and quality. I pretty much have the top shelf filled. Now I just need $4000 for the rest!