Ok, here is the situation: I have a BFA in Photography, I shot semi-pro for a while, but now all my income comes from web development. I am no longer shooting sports, so I recently dumped my D7000 and lenses and moved into an E-M5. Currently I have the E-M5, the Oly 12-50 (almost never used), and the Sigma 19mm f2.8. I also have a few Nikkors and MC Minolta lenses with adapters. Besides that, I am shooting film on a TLR, and very much love shooting film, but at the same time I love the immediacy of digital, especially when doing things in my home studio. So here is the rub, I have up to $1000 to work with. The choices I'm throwing around are very varied: 1. Used 4x5, would be good for portraits and scenics, but bulky and cumbersome. That said, I sorely miss movements. Not to mention 4x5 would give me a pretty decent bump in resolution for scenics and portraits. 2. Some kind of tilt/shift setup. Gives me some of the movement capabilities while retaining some sort of compact feel. Probably faster to setup than a 4x5. Thinking a 28mm Nikkor PC (gives you shift only) plus a SpeedBooster. Not sure how that 28mm would do on m43 though. 3. Used medium format camera. Probably a Mamiya 6 (or 7) or 645. Paired with a good portrait lens, would be a nice combo. But not sure how much I would use it (again, bulky). 4. Fixed lens compact with APS-C sensor. I would get a fair amount of use, and they would replace the OM-D in my bag for everyday carry with me use. Leaders are the X100 (or s if I can swing it), the latest Ricoh, or a Sigma DP Merrel. 5. Oly 12-40mm. Would sell the 12-50mm and switch to this. 6. Small prime and hold the rest. Pick up either the Oly 45mm or Sigma 60mm then hold off until I decide what else to do. 7. GX7. Seems like it would be nice, and might help me fight the urge to buy a Fujifilm X Series camera. 8. Go dual system and pick up a Fuji X-E1 when they get cheap. The problem here being I would have two systems that don't have as much differentiation between them as, say, a 4x5 or MF gear. Thoughts?