I've recently bitten the bullet and sold all my Nikon gear and purchased a mirrorless camera and lens. I had a Nikon D800E body with the following lenses: Nikon 24-70mm f/2.8, Sigma 105mm Macro, Nikon 50mm f/1.8, Nikon 70-300 AF-P. I got a good price on them all through private sales to fund the mirrorless camera. My reasons for selling up the full frame kit were pretty simple, weight and bulk. This is because I love landscape photography and the fact that I hike in and out of locations. I also wild camp, so I have a rucksack containing my tent or tarp, sleeping bag or quilt, stove, water, food and spare clothes etc. Adding my D800E with my favourite lens the 24-70, plus my heavy Gitzo tripod and head meant that there was considerable extra weight and bulk. I got fed up of hiking long distances and it sapping the fun out of my photography due to the extra weight and effort. So I bit the bullet a couple of weeks ago and went mirrorless. I bought a Fuji X-T3 with 16-80mm f/4 lens. I also bought a Benro carbon fibre tripod, which packs down much smaller than the Gitzo one. I've at least halved the weight with the new camera, lens and tripod when compared to my old set up, it's much less bulky now too so I can use my 38l rucksack for a two day hike/ camp and shoot. Shooting with the X-T3 is a joy, it feels great in the hand, the buttons and dials work for me in terms of layout etc. Happy days. I did have some reservations though, would the loss in image quality be dramatic? Would the loss in dynamic range be a problem? I have to say with all honesty, the X-T3 is rocking it for me. If I was to pixel peep then yes maybe there is some difference compared to the D800E, but I'm not taking photos to pixel peep! The mirrorless has made taking photos fun again. 15 miles in and I'm not questioning my hobby choices anymore ;-) Has anyone else made the change from full frame to mirrorless? How did your transition go?