I have done like @tonyturley and some others. Narrowing down my kit. I have found that I enjoy shooting a lot more with a minimalist kit. Also, the photos are better. My brain is definitely one which works better with making a shot from what I have versus choosing from several pieces of gear to make a shot. My kit is currently down to a X-T2 with RRS Plate and battery grip. If I am just out and about I take the grip off to save size and weight. My lenses are the 23 f2, 50 f2, and 90 f2. I'm not even "cheating" anymore "borrowing" the 50-230 from my son's kit. Here's where the "but" comes in. For working type shoots. Like an event, baptism, most portrait work, and the occasional live musician, my kit works perfectly. Where my brain pan and photography hit a snag in this plan happened last week. Some friends and I went to a local taco festival. I took the T2 with the 23/50 pair. While I got shots, with some decent keepers. They were nothing really great. Looking at the photos I realized that in the more personal work situations, the 16mm/35mm pair really fit my shooting style better. Also the couple of times out recently before last weekend yielded the same results. And adding to that line of thought, a 55-200 would fit my personal work better than the 90mm. But the 90mm gives such beautiful images it is hard to give up. I am at the proverbial crossroads where I don't know which way to go. I know that want to stay at no more than three lenses. My mix of working shoots and personal shoot is about dead even currently. I know from the past I could shoot all of my portraits with a 35mm if I had to. But the 50mm has proven to be a fantastic portrait lens. If I hadn't already lost most of my hair I'd be pulling it out If anyone has any thoughts on this I would love to hear them.