Lately I have been toying around the idea of dumping all my Nikon FX gear and jumping straight into the flagship Fuji X system, the X-Pro 2 and a few lenses. Why? I don't know. I've lost my photography spark and maybe changing systems will get that spark back. Yes, the battery life is garbage but there isn't anything you can do about it besides having a few spares. I'm a selective shooter anyways so I probably can get away with it. Lenses are fine...Fuji has everything that I would want/need. The only thing that is really holding me back is how Lightroom handles X-Trans raw files, all the detail is smeared. Even my older Nikon D60 raw files have better details than the X-Pro 2 does. But that isn't the X-Pro 2's sensor fault, its Adobe. So I'd also have to invest into a decent raw converter and convert them before importing into Lightroom. Huge deal? Probably not. I believe the better raw converters out there have batch processing so just one extra step. But doable. Maybe Adobe will fix this demosaicing issue someday soon. They have made progress on it, but it's still not there. Is it a really bad idea to sell all my gear and go the Fuji route? I don't know. I'd probably end up regretting it or I could end up falling in love.