I've been through this a couple of times over the last 30-40 years. Too much gear. I started out on M43 looking for a smaller lighter setup that didn't compromise too much on the image quality. I found it. Now why did I need to keep buying more stuff? Bodies: EM1 + GH4 If I didn't shoot video I would just stick with the EM1, but videos still generate a steady income so I guess I'll have both for now. Maybe the EM1 II will step up to the plate on video, but I'm not going to hold my breath! Lenses. Oh boy. Zooms: 7-14 vs 7-14 Ended up with both Lumix (F4) and Oly (F2.8) - I bought the Lumix before the Oly f2.8 was available, but always wished it was f2.8, especially when in lower light situations. I also got hit quite a few times with the purple blobs when using it on the EM1, so I bought the Oly. It's quite a bit bigger and heavier, but then it does have the manual focus ring / clutch which I use quite a lot. < sigh > 12-35 vs 12-40. Ended up with both. <Sigh> I love the 12-35 for it's smaller size and lighter weight but prefer the 12-40 for the extra FL and manual focus clutch / ring. < sigh > 35-100 f2.8 vs 40-150 f2.8 PRO - ended up with both. Probably should have been happy with the 35-100 as it's so much smaller and lighter. But then I wanted the extra focal length of the 150, especially with the added 1.4x TC. < sigh > 14-140 - OK - I only have one of these and it's a great walkabout on vacation. Keeper. Primes: Oly 12mm - Bought this for a specific purpose (drone) but no longer use it - for sale! Oly 45mm - Again, bought this for a specific purpose (drone) but just don't use it - for sale! Lumix 14mm - not sure why I bought this - other than it was a good deal at the time. Hmmm.... Lumix 20mm - the first prime I bought - nice and sharp - but do I use it? Hmmm.... I really should think about reducing the stuff I do't use. It used to all fit in a really compact shoulder bag (I hate back packs) but now it doesn't, so I'm back to making decisions about what to take and what to leave behind! I've been an all-zoom shooter and an all-prime shooter during different times, but today I'm mostly a zoom shooter since I like to have flexibility in places where you just can't zoom with your feet (I seem to get in to many of them!) or where I simply don't want to be changing lenses, either to avoid dust / sand / weather or because I don't like drawing attention or perhaps if I change lenses the moment will be gone. Anyone else been in a similar situation? What did you do?