I hear all this. Sorry you had to deal with the Jeep expense but glad you got a good deal. In a way, the timing was perfect and gives you an excuse to upgrade in time for the next busy period.@Biro I don't know if you saw the latest back and forth I've gone through on bodies. But it reminded me of you asking me this question. The short of it is that I needed some labor intensive work done on my Jeep. The friend doing it wanted my X-T2, so we just did a trade for the repair. Event season was over and there was a great deal on X-Pro2s. So I grabbed one for my personal work and portraits. But I will pick up a X-T3 when they release this winter, a heavily discounted X-T2, or equally possibly a X-H1 for the next event season. When not working I much prefer the Pro2. But when working, or doing video, a gripped body with a tilt screen is the best tool for the job.
Myself, I'm pretty much coming to the end of the acquisition stage of my life. That doesn't mean that I'm dumping my gear. But upgrades will be much less frequent and much more considered.
I don't mind this. Sensor and autofocus performance are good enough for my needs now. Until something like an organic sensor or global shutter come down the pike, I'm good. In the meantime, I've still got my X-Pro2, X-T2 and original X100 (as well as other kit).