At least i’m consistent. This year I took the EM1 II, the 12-32, the 35-100, and the 20.The kit I take for a place like Disney is the EM5 II, 12-32, the small 35-100, and a fast primes like the 17 and the 60 macro. It weighs very little, and I only carry parts of it around. The two small Panasonic zooms and the EM5 II are my typical walk around.
For a city, the X70 recently proved to be an excellent urban shooter in DC.
I considered the Sonys, but I have used them and find them fiddly. Very nice cameras, but I don't enjoy using them. I will sacrifice a little there and there for something that gives me joy to use. Since the D lux 7 I ordered had pre-release firmware, I returned it and may well get the Leica typ 113. I loved my X1. No zoom, but that can be liberating. It is a little bigger than I was thinking, but I know I would use it.My new (used) Sony RX100M3. It's been on my belt loop as an Every Day Carry in a Sony case. No complaints so far.
I miss the Mechanical Zoom on my Fuji X30, which the RX100 replaced. But the sensor was just killing me as I pushed it to the limits. I really wish Fuji would put out an X80 with an APS-C and an EVF, but it would likely cannibalize the low-end XF line.I considered the Sonys, but I have used them and find them fiddly.
Funny, it's been almost 2 years and my preferred travel setup is still the same. I'm starting to consider if a phone could replace the GR, but I still don't see anything on the market that can replace the DP2M without being larger.My travel setup these days is my Ricoh GR and my Sigma DP2M, I don't miss carrying around more stuff or switching lenses.