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I am not going to get sucked into buying an interchangeable lens camera system just yet...... I really want to stick my aim of going back to basics, its the only real way to reset myself.
@Riz_Guru is right, its a great way to reset yourself, and if I ever get into a 'photography rut' I find going out with just a X100 series camera resets that.
If you constantly worry about that missed shot, or feature, then you will be missing loads of other photographic opportunities. I have done several holidays where the only camera I took was a X100 series (though I'd admit that these days I often have the WCL with me), but the one that opened my eyes was when I went to the Isle of Mull 6 years ago, opened the boot of the car to find that I'd left my main camera bag at home, all I had with me was an original X100 camera with a partially charged battery and a tripod for a weeks holiday. By turning off screens and working with the OVF (and definitely no pixel peeping!!) I managed over 350 photographs including going on a photographic workshop. It certainly opened my mind to the creative possibilities of using one camera/one lens.
If I didn't have IMO three of the best bits of glass for my X-H1 (XF16mm F1.4, Zeiss 32mm and XF90mm) then I think I'm now in a position where I would move wholesale into the X100 series, as it is I just think that the X-H1+lenses will just gather dust a bit, but still get used, but not as often as an X100 series.