Yes, I know I promised a 12 month moratorium on adding gear in 2013. Well there goes another broken promise. First up I've sold all my micro 4/3 kit (a GH2 and assorted lenses) because I just wasn't using it enough. Net income around $2000. I still believe m4/3 is a worthwhile system but I've become bored with it and the 2x crop factor. Next I sold my Fuji X100 - a fine camera but I never bonded with it's fixed 23mm prime lens. Image quality is excellent as we know but I guess I'm a zoom kind of guy. Netted around $700 on that one. I'm keeping the Sony RX100 as it's just about the perfect 'pocket/always with you camera'. Its 20MP 1 inch sensor gives great, low noise images but it doesn't have the 'soul' that I've come to love in the Fuji range. I'm also keeping the infra red converted Canon G5 as I quite enjoy that genre too. This brings me to my new kit built up over the last 4 weeks. It is based around the Fuji X-E1 with a 18-55mm f/2.8-4.0 zoom lens bought as a store demo for $1000. I've since added the 55-200mm f/3.5-4.8 tele zoom lens ($800); 35mm f/1.4 fast prime ($500); 60mm f/2.4 macro lens ($550). I've also ordered a Samyang 8mm f/2.4 fisheye. This lot has a net outlay of about $500 and I've got a faster set of glass with better image quality. There is the 10-24mm ultra wide zoom to be released in December that would round the kit out nicely. I know this brands me as a bit of a 'gear head' and a GAS sufferer but I blame my OCD for that (I obsess about things and sometimes buy compulsively much to my wife's chagrin). Will I take better photos? Probably not. Will I regain my enthusiasm for shooting (daily at the moment)? Definitely yes. So that's my story - what's your reaction?