I'm sorry to see that we have gotten a bit off course from the stated subject which is "The Camera You Use Doesn't Matter". I guess I might have altered that course when I said "Sometimes I am viewed as a bit critical of those looking to upgrade their equipment just because a newer model has been released." I did not mean for that to be a shot at those who like JKnights have stated "Got to say that as a techie geek that I love new technology". There are many examples to demonstrate my point that the camera does not matter which was my original point. As Sean states and demonstrates in his video while he has moved from a X100 to a X-T20 there is no difference in his output. Can anyone who watched the video disagree with that statement? Damien Lovegrove moved from full frame Canon to Fuji X-T1 and X-T10 to X-T2. In looking at his images over the last ten years, you cannot see any difference in his final output. Again that is a point hard to argue. Michael Sewell moved from full frame to 4/3 Olympus E-M1. In looking at his work you cannot tell any difference. To prove a point he was attempting to make that the lighting was more important than the camera Michael Please login or register to view links showing a shoot he did with an old Fuji point and shoot camera he had stolen from his aged father. Gavin Hoey (check out his Youtube videos) has made the transition from full frame to 4/3 and you cannot see a difference in his work. My personal move was from Pentax with a brief stop at 4/3 then on to Fuji all in a matter of three years. I had no real complaints about the output of my Pentax cameras. However, from my first Pentax DSLR in 2002, I never liked the configuration, size or increasing weight of a DSLR and lenses. Going to 4/3 and then Fuji invigorated my interest in photography and brought me back to a feeling I had when shooting 35mm SLR. However, when I look at the output from my Pentax cameras and my X-T1 I cannot see any difference so the change was purely for the tactile feelings I now get from my Fuji system not for any perceived improvement in my photographic output. I recently asked a friend who moved from a X-T1 to a X-T2 why they made the move. They stated they preferred the joy stick as they always had difficulty in changing focus points using the D pad. That made sense. They then went on to say that for their output, despite what some of the reviewers have stated, they saw no difference in output quality between the X-T1 and the X-T2 and if it had not been for that Joy stick they would have stayed with the X-T1.