As the title says I'm just not feeling it lately. I'm missing my old canon DSLR and am toying with the idea of going back. My main reason for coming over to the M4/3 is due to my health. I needed to keep shooting and in order to do it I had to go lighter. I had sold off all my wonderful (ie heavy) L glass and went to consumer lenses, and it wasn't really enough. I had just go lighter. Things haven't changed health wise and I'm in fact not doing so hot, but I miss that canon look to my photos. But I'm not sure I should go back due to the weight. If weight wasn't an issue I wouldn't have left, sure I might have the OMD as a backup or every day camera, but not as my one and only. If weight wasn't an issue I'd have a 6D and all the L glass I can't afford! Last week I got the 9-18 and macro to see if it would spark some more interest. But it hasn't. Lots of other things have been going on, so it might not be 100% just the camera. I'm not sure if I'm just feeling nostalgic for the old camera, or if I really do feel a difference in the photos. One question I have is would getting better M4/3 glass make up most of that difference? I currently have the 12-50 kit, 40-150 (due to weight) and now the 9-18 and 60 macro. Would upgrading to primes make my photos have that magical pop and canon look a little more then these lenses? I'd still need a general walk around lens that's light for my day to day stuff, so I'd keep the 12-50, but what about when I go out shooting? Would the 12, 17, 25, 45, or whatever be THAT much better? If I stay but try to deal with the weight I might consider the 100-300 too for birds. I've looked through the forums here for the last week to see what others are doing, but it's hard to judge. Maybe it's in PPing, but I can't get my images to really look like the old shots from my canons. Sorry to bother you guys with this crap. But I'm worried I'll just get extremely frustrated with the heavier kit and regret doing it. I wonder if I could make up for it with better glass?