Off and on, I've pondered the idea of having a one-lens kit. Granted, I have more than one camera, but my primary camera is the X-T1, for which I currently have the 23mm WR and 50-230. There are times the images I get from the 23mm are brilliant, and other times I feel like they're no better than what I get from my Canon S95 P&S. I'm sure that's due, at least in part, to my (lack of) skill as a photographer. I just seem to be inconsistent, despite years of practice and study, and it bugs me. What has kept me from buying any other lens is a) expense, and b) would a different lens really yield better results? I rented a 10-24 for a week, and was disappointed in the images I got. Both the 16mm/1.4 and the 16-55 have gotten rave reviews on this site, and the images you folks have posted are excellent, but both are quite expensive, and the 16-55 is massive. With retirement looming in the next couple of years, I want any purchase I make to be spot on. Another factor is the pending release of the Canon G1X Mk III. I'm keeping a close eye out for reviews; a couple of early hands-on previews have been favorable, and I'm going to rent one as soon as they are available. I have considered the idea of letting go of all of my Fuji gear to fund the G1X if it turns out to have great IQ. A small, APS-C weather sealed camera with a fixed lens for biking and hiking has been on my wish list for a long time. Here's the Canon next to the X-T1 + 23mm WR for reference: Compact Camera Meter I don't see Fuji ever coming out with a similar camera. I have a lot to think about over the next couple of months.