Samuel Street life/ Samuel Lin Taro obviously picked a somewhat absurd title, but does a pretty good job in the article telling what that rings true for him (obviously not everyone). I found it interesting. I've watched his channel skew inevitably towards Leica, more for the prestige and the aura of authenticity surrounding the brand than for anything it contributed to his specific style. He's a Ricoh GR shooter for quite a while and that's was originally drew me to his channel. He did the Leica thing for a year and decided it wasn't for him - probably a good idea to work through that GAS and know at the end point whether something is for you - except, of course, as a content creator on YouTube your videos can still be viewed in isolation from one another, so his Leica phase might not represent his ongoing feelings.
Anyway, I thought it was interesting how he compared the now-legacy DSLR system with the other legacy system, the rangefinder. I've gone a similar path, minus the Leicas which were just.out of my price range. I don't think the Pentax K1 is the best camera I could ever use.for my purposes, but I appreciate the way it makes its inevitable compromises. It's a very good tool for me at this point, and opens up some new avenues to explore. I think the affordability of SLR glass is probably the best thing about choosing to use one nowadays, followed by the IQ of the great sensors put into the recent (possibly tail end) DSLRs out there.