I like this approach, but 28 mm equivalent all by itself is just not a "productive" enough FL in the kind of rural environment in which I find myself. It's hard to jump off the bike and hike (trespass) half-a-mile through the corn field to get that barn shotRicoh GR, used to have a RX100 and Micro 4/3's but sold all of them to jump into the GR.
I've now moved on to an X100s and the D600 is gone. So my kit now consists of one X-Pro1 with 18/35/60 mm Fuji lenses as quoted above and the X100s which gives me an equivalent of a 35 mm lens. So I have the 35 mm equivalent of 28/35/52/90 mm lenses and the X100s can be taken out when I feel I want a day with just one camera/lens and no hassle.Two, a Fujifilm X-Pro1 with the three primes, 18/35/60 mm lenses and, a Nikon D600 with a 50 mm f1.4G lens and the kit zoom, 24-85 mm f3.5-45.