Is it wise? It's a question that has been asked, but not really resolved to my satisfaction. This is what I intend to find out in the coming weeks. What I use a digital camera for I use the digital SLR mainly to complement my graphic design, mainly making food and product shots for low budget clients / projects (like brochures and blog entries). Also to cover in-house events for them, once in a while. For clients with budgets, eg billboards and big events with VIPs, I hire real professionals.:tongue: My journey is simple: now that I have the GXR, can it replace the K5 entirely for what I need a DSLR for? I love the K5, the ergonomics and the end results, which require very little post processing. But at the same time I also have buyer's guilt, and can't countenance owning two of more or less the same camera. Especially if selling off the K5 would help fund for a "proper" video DSLR, which would expand my service offerings. I intend to do this bit by bit over the coming weeks, posting as I use the GXR in the field for work stuff. Please feel free to chime in with your own experiences and thoughts.