I usually travel with my DSLR (or 2), a Nikon D800 and the trinity of big 2.8 lenses plus a few more and small lighting gear and a large tripod to support it at times. This time I'm going mirrorless and mostly Fuji X. I've had the X-Pro1 since the day it came out (right before Easter 2012) but was originally disappointed with the focus system (and almost returned it within the first two weeks) but Fuji has really been good about improving it and updating firmware and now I am happy with the focus for all but fast moving action. I struggled somewhat with this decision to go DSLRless but I'm pretty sure I can get what I want from the Fuji. While know the X-Pro1 well I'm not bringing it along, I am going with the X-E1 and M-X1 (which I just picked up yesterday and haven't even taken it out of the box yet) I have all the X lenses except the new 27 pancake. I will bring 18-55mm, 55-200mm and 14mm for sure, may bring the 35mm and 16-50mm too depending on how it all packs. I am spending a few days in Rome and then going on a cruise, not optimum for photography but I am really looking forward to photographing the town of Oia on Santorini Island in Greece and beaches on Corfu Island especially. The bag will also have a Sirui 025 tripod as well as a small tabletop one, ND and Polarizing filters too. I won't carry all the gear all the time. I will choose what to take each day depending on the photo ops and amount of walking vs. driving we might be doing. I'm really looking forward to seeing how relying on the Fuji X will work out. I have shot with it side by side with other cameras before I'm hoping the Fuji will make me happy but I will have a few other small cameras too. I'll post my results on the forums here but I doubt I can do much until I return from the trip. Anyone else go through this dilemma? How did it work out for you?