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After advice from others I brought it all to Shetland (in total it only weighs about the same as 5D + ZE 35/1.4 that I had before - that's crazy!). I took about 300 photos. 55% with GR, 30% with Fuji 50-230 and 15% with RX1. In the end I only kept 8 photos from RX1, so it could have stayed at home. Same with the Fuji 14mm. Great lens, but I ended up doing panoramas with GR instead.
Sometimes I find it tough when I try to look at the number of keepers a given camera provides. Likewise, when I had my RX1, I wouldn't use it for all that many shots, but it did provide a few shots that had a very unique and lovely look which few if any other cameras can provide.
On one hand, I like a camera that gives me a high overall keeper rate, but sometimes those keepers are just "okay". Its hard to compare that with another camera that maybe only gave me a few shots I liked, but, if one of two of those shots are just magical, then that sometimes seems makes it seem worth it.
I found with m4/3 for example, that it was probably the most versatile overall system, and gave me the far highest number of keepers, due to that versatility and amazing AF etc, but, I wouldn't get anything that blew me away as far as overall look goes. I'd have plenty of decent shots, but few if any "wow" shots.
My RX1 often had annoying slow AF, otherwise felt limited with focal length etc, but when everything came together just right, the files were beautiful.
Hard to justify the expense and effort of carrying a camera just for a handful of shots though