I have a confession to make: I cheated on Fuji. I don't feel good about it. It's left me confused. Let me explain. I have a Fuji XE-2 and a few lenses -- kit, 35mm, 55-200, 27mm, 12mm Rokinon -- along with an X100T. My photos are ...okay. There's a keeper every now and then, but seldom do I get something stunning of the sort I see here. I accept that the shortcoming is mine. I don't use the cameras to their full potential. And I have a tendency to throw equipment at problems -- a new lens will help! -- rather than drill down and get adept at the basics. A while back, I handled a Sony A7 at Best Buy. It had a nice, fast Zeiss lens on it that was chock full of bokeh. I'd always worried that I was missing something by not having a full-frame camera. When the A7 kit went on sale at B&H for $998 I bought one, figuring I'd get rid of my Fuji stuff. But I never really clicked with the Sony. The kit lens was mediocre and the menu system counterintuitive. I'm sure I could familiarize myself with the controls, as I did with the Fuji. But I decided I just preferred the X system's arrangement and feel. And the best Sony glass is expensive. So I'm going to sell the Sony. That still leaves me feeling that I'm not getting the most out of Fuji. I went with it because I liked the smaller footprint and the retro look. I didn't want to be that guy hoisting a huge, clattering DSLR. Anyway, I'm going to Yosemite at the end of the month. I'm going to bring the XE-2, along with the 18-55, 55-200 and 12mm. I'm leaving the X100T at home so I can pack a Rolleiflex TLR for fun. My great fear is that I'll return with some meh pictures. I hope I'm adult enough to accept that that will be my fault, not the camera's. I am curious about the full-frame world, but I think maybe I'd be better off upgrading to an X-body with a more advanced sensor. And learning to be a better photographer. Thanks for letting me vent. And if anyone has any suggestions for Yosemite in late March, I'd be happy to hear them.