I have a Nikon D610, D5600, and an Olympus O-MD E-M5. Each camera body has it's own lenses, so I own three camera systems. I have developed some problems with my back, that are not going to get any better. The D610 bag with it's lenses is so heavy that I can't safely carry it around any more. I bought the D5600 before we went on a trip last fall so that I would have a light weight option to carry around. The O-MD E-M5 is super light weight, but that camera is getting very old. I am considering trading in the Olympus on the trade in promotion for the Z cameras that Nikon is currently running and would try to sell my m4/3 lenses. I would also sell my D610. I'm just wondering what those of you who have bought a Z6 honestly think about the camera. Are you still using your DSLR as well, or do you like the Z6 enough that you are drawn to it over your DSLR? I don't have much invested in the D5600 kit, so I think I would keep that as my light weight camera. It's heavier than my Olympus, but not much with the lenses that I have for it. I'm just mulling my options. I would love some honest feedback from those who have used the Z6. I went to my local camera store today and played around with a Z7 for a while. (They didn't have a Z6.) They aren't very pro-mirrorless but are big Nikon fans. They weren't very encouraging. The Z6 was heavy but is lighter than the D610 by quite a bit. I would buy the 24-70 f4 with the camera so I would have one native lens to go with it. I would also get the FTZ adapter so I can use my other Nikon FX lenses although I'm not sure it would be much of a weight savings. I'm just not ready to give up photography yet and am trying to find a plan to make it work for me for the foreseeable future.