I am embarking on a significant decluttering/simplification project that I expect to take months. I have simply accumulated too much stuff through nearly 40 years of jumping from one activity to the next, and I am going to jettison a lot of stuff. Part of that simplification is my camera gear. Although it's only a small part of the greater effort, I want to simplify my camera workflow greatly. The 23mm f2 and 18mm f2 are being replaced with an 18-55mm f2.8-4. No longer am I going to be concerned with WR or if the camera fits in a pocket. If I want a pocketable outfit, I'll just carry my Canon S95. The 18-55 will go on the X-T1, and the 50-230 will stay on the X-T20. No more lens swaps. The remnants of all of my hobbies are going under the microscope. I'm reducing to two guitars - one my wife bought me years ago, and one I use regularly at home and church. I'm donating a huge stack of guitar instructional materials, as well as hundreds of hardback sci-fi novels dating all the way back to the 1980s. When I'm done, our house will look very different. I'm looking at retirement in the next couple of years, and I am working toward a fresh, new chapter in my life. Photography will still be a big part of it, but at a much simpler, cleaner profile. Wish me luck.