Horses for courses. Most of us fantasize about owning ONE camera to do everything -- one which is inexpensive, light, compact, intuitive to use, and all the lenses are pro-grade and fast. I haven't found it yet. If you specialize in one or two types of work you can meet your needs pretty easily, but the range of work some of us aspire to do results in wrestling with work-arounds or concessions to producing less than fine work if we're limited to just one platform. I've used Pentax 67 gear for more than a dozen years. I love the look of my huge prints and suspect they'll only come from the eight to ten high-quality drum scans (400 MB) I average getting per year. I wish I could say I NEEDED 30 or 50 scans, but the fact is, I'm making big prints to sell and I don't shoot 30+ great shots in a year. A hundred pretty good shots? Sure, but those aren't really flawless, and end up diluting the public's impressions that, "Gee, EVERYthing you do is so GREAT!" I suggest, if you're being lured by better image quality in very large prints, that you cautiously wade into a 6x7 film platform. Don't figure on stitching a bunch of little digital files together and telling yourself it's equivalent to good medium format output because in nine out of ten cases, it won't be. When gallery visitors ask why I don't use some modern Canikon with lots of megapixels I tell them those cameras are very attractive, for a variety of reasons. They're sort of the sports cars of cameradom: stylish, quick, maneuverable and fun to drive. However, if I'm going to be "moving" a lot of earth (landscapes), a dump truck makes more sense for what I do. It has a bigger payload and takes fewer trips to get the job done. For a few years I've watched the developments in digital systems and I know the big sensors from Hassy and Phase can yield impressive results in single shot work . . . but at a very high price, comparatively speaking. The Leica S2 is an appealing 'tweener, but the cost is not reasonable for me. So, I'll stick with MF film (Provia) for my work, pack my handy 8MP cellphone with me, and keep life simple for another year/Photokina or two and see what happens.