Sounds like heaven, Gordon. I don't work as a photographer (used to in film days, for a while) and have no desire to. Lately I have been really seriously considering why I want to have a dslr at all, and I cannot think of any good reason. the K-5 and pentax primes are just lovely... but I haven't been using them. I went out the other morning in a fit of OMG I've got all this good gear and am not using it, but I think I have actually stopped enjoying shooting with it. That's pretty sad, given that I only bought it in January (the lenses I've had for longer, with my K200D which was sold this past weekend, just with the kit and one other zoom). The truth of the matter is that the K200 excited me more. Go figure. But lately, the camera thats always with me, and that I enjoy most of all I have is the G11, and I have a lusting for an X100 and/or a m4/3 with a 20mm lens... I think I'm over the dslr stage and I feel GUILTY about having spent all that money!! (My Mum must be rolling in her grave, she always thought I was a bit of a wastrel)...
The M9 replaces my 5D2 and three primes. The GH-2 will replace 2x 50D's and zooms. I've just traded a 20kg kit for 6KG kit, with no loss in productivity.
I've got less system flexibility than I've had in years, yet I've never felt this free, photographically.