So about 2 years ago I was struggling with the will to bring my Canon SLR and 4 lenses with me and they were sitting unused a lot of the time. Maybe if I got a smaller camera everything would be better? So, I decided maybe m4/3 was the answer and I traded them in for a GX7 and a few lenses. Then I just started swapping and adding stuff like crazy. I have 8 lenses now and I've spent double what I had invested in my SLR kit. I am getting really great pictures with my m4/3 kit. I like everything about it. But I still struggle wanting to bring it everywhere. It sits home as much as my Canon did. Because, while it is smaller and lighter, it is still a bag and the hassle and stress of swapping lenses. I also struggle with what lenses to get, so it's always a temptation to swap and buy more. And then I stress over how many (or few) to take on trips or outings. Lately I haven't even really been using it at all. And then I read blog after blog talking of the romance and simplicity of the X100T: The Myth of More (Not Just Another Fuji X100T Review) Why I choose to shoot with a fixed lens camera like the Fuji X100T The Freedom Camera – A personal rant about the Fuji X100T The Fuji X100T — Tools and Toys It's all you need, they say. Having too much gear is a burden and a lens mount means always having to make decisions. Boiling it down to one lens stuck to a camera with simplifies and just forces and focuses creativity. Logically I want to disagree. I could just put a single prime on my GX7 and get the same thing. (Although we don't have a 17.5mm f1.5 pancake). But I know how I get obsessive and want to keep swapping lenses when they are available. I know how I stress when I am traveling and want to bring multiple lenses with me. The urge to maximize your system can be overwhelming. And why do I have a huge system anyway? As much as I fancy myself a "photographer", all I do is try to take nice pictures on vacations and of my family. I gotta say I am starting to think I should trade some (all?) gear for one. Those bloggers are pretty convincing. TL;DR - Is the X100T really the simple answer to gear stress and gear churn?