As most here, I am afflicted with the GAS issue.
I sometimes dream of paring it all back to one body and a compact and be done. I think after my DP2M I'm hopping off the "bleeding edge". I see the GH2 has now hit US$499 and really that is a lot of camera for the $$. I paid more than twice that for my OM-D and the differences are there but subtle. I think many photogs keep up by going for last years tech - saving some bucks along the way. Does it really affect our images that much having the latest? Could we be better image makers becoming more familiar with our tools - keep them longer to know them better? Maybe miss each upgrade doing alternate versions? I dunno.
What do you think? Do you love your collection of aging technology? How many M8 buyers didn't upgrade to a M9 and still use their M8?
I am now dividing the loss on each used digital camera sold between the images made with it, and it could be a figure in excess of Kodachrome processing per frame from film days.
GAS. I know its been discussed before but I need some input here people!