Don't know why, but I think I'm just plain bored with mirrorless. Sony, Fuji, m43, EOS M. Just not interested, and not sure why. I've downscaled my m43 system, but I still don't have any desire to use it. I just ordered an RX100 mk ii. If the low ISO IQ is as good as the mk i, I'm thinking of selling all my m43 gear. Problem is, I still would really like a pocket "normal lens" (i.e. around 50mm eq.) camera. There just ain't one I'd buy. Sigma DP series comes close, but I know the performance speed and high ISO limits would drive me nuts. I wish Fuji did an RX100 in a 50mm eq. Oh well. Off to shoot with my 6D, and looking forward maybe to simplifying my gear (RX100 for walk-about/travel and the 6D for everything else). edit: I didn't mean at all to say that I think DSLRs are better than mirrorless. Was just making a statement about mirrorless systems, and meant to emphasize that outside of my DSLR, I might be more interested in fixed lens cameras, or at least getting away from the idea of a "system"