Greetings all. I thought I would engage the community about something I have been thinking about more and more lately. A complete migration to Sony E mount cameras. Let me give you some background. I love the M43 system and have a few pretty expensive lenses for it. Quality vs Price vs Size is really hard to beat. Ive done some paid gigs (2 weddings, several portrait sessions) with it and the A7 and they've both done great. I also love the M43 for the size and portability as I have come accustomed to having the choice on how big of a rig I want to bring with me at any time. But I really love shooting with the A7. For the past year, if there was one camera I reach for the most, its the A7. However I still want a secondary camera that is smaller and more compact for the 'everything else' category such as family stuff, vacationing, around town, etc. However because Im invested into 2 systems I have excess gear, more specifically, lenses that are not seeing as much daylight as they should. I guess Im feeling a bit split and thus not getting what I really want out of either of my investments. I don't have any AF lenses for the A7 and I am ready to remedy that. My thought/plan/concept is to sell all the m43 gear and stick to Sony E mount only. I would supplement the A7 with the rapidly price dropping a6000. Selling my kit would afford me this lens lineup: The New 28mm 2.0 FE 35mm 2.8 FE 55mm 1.8 FE New 85mm 1.8 Baitis FE The kit lens with the a6000 for a little more versatility in the small form factor. Maybe the 50-200 APS-C lens to replace my Olympus 40-150mm (the cheap one) as I rarely shoot this FL these days. After all that it still leaves me about $800 in the kitty More if I don't get the 50-200. Down the line I might supplement with the 16-35 FE or if we finally get a 135mm FE fast prime Ill go for that. This kit has everything I use the most. I am assuming I can use the FE lenses on the a6000 with no problems (comments?) so the 28 and the 35 would be shared the most with the a6000 as it covers most of my go-to focal lengths in APS-C. Plus they are small enough to not bog down the camera. The larger size lenses (55mm and 85mm) go against the grain for me as far as portability goes but they would also be used for portrait sessions where for me size does not matter as much. Plus the 55 doesn't feel that big to me anymore as I have been shooting with my FD 100mm f2 lens a lot lately and that thing is a tank of a lens. All in all, this feels right to me but I wanted to ask the community here who may have done the same jump that might have some advice on the subject. I am hesitant to post this in the M43 forum as they seem to be a bit sensitive when it comes to threads about leaving their system. Any advice/comments appreciated. Thanks!