I write about my gear changes occasionally in case it can help others with their thought process when deciding on gear choices. I've talked on here before about how I do an annual review at the beginning of every year to see if any adjustments in gear need to made. I am doing that a bit early this go around. My event crew has decided to retire. Again. This time I hope it sticks. The crew retiring, along with the weight of my current kit starting to wear on me when using it, is why I did the review early. The 16-55 and 50-140 are amazing lenses. Good enough that prime lovers wanting to use zooms can get those lenses with confidence. The image quality is what you're used to. But, the weight of those lenses has been wearing on me. My back and hips were hurting after we covered the Zombie Walk this year. Reminding of why I originally changed to mirrorless. So I caught a stretch this week when neither of those lenses were for sale on FM and sold mine immediately. Going forward, I will be shooting daily family life, portraits, some street style candids, the occasional landscape, and some work for the church like baptisms. And I may shoot a couple of larger concerts next year. After reviewing my most used focal lengths and comparing to my shooting needs. I am going to the complete polar opposite in weight. Getting the 16mm 1.4, 35mm f2, and 50mm f2. We have a 50-230 that my son and I share. Which will cover a great range when needed while still remaining very light. If I do take the concerts, I will grab a 90mm f2. The 16mm, 35 f2, and 50 f2 combined weigh nearly the same as the 16-55. But the weight is distributed much better in a camera bag. And not on the camera itself all at once. There will be a lot of times I only carry two lenses. @Jose Carpin has inspired me with his work using only the 16mm and 35mm. I chose the 35 f2 and 50 f2 because of their smaller size/weight and weather sealing. Both factors are important to me. While the 56mm 1.2 could be the superior portrait lens over the 50mm. We are talking Fuji lenses. The 50mm is still going to be quite capable of delivering incredible portraits. Same for the 35 f2 vs the 35 1.4. As we have said repeatedly in different discussions, Fuji does not make a bad lens. Everything in the lineup is capable of fantastic images. I am looking forward to seeing what I can do with this new lens lineup. And sharing as I continue to learn.