How many of you SLR guys have transitioned from SLR's to mirrorless? Any regrets?
Background: I've got a slew of Canon L lenses, a 1D mkII and the original 5D. Much as I love what I can do with the equipment, it's time to update the bodies. I had my heart set on the next incarnation of the 5D, whenever that arrives (1D will not be replaced). But, I've stopped doing paid work, so this is hobby only, and frankly, I'm tired of dragging the gear bag around, so I don't. I find I don't have the time or inclination to make photo-only ventures, and when I can get out, I'd rather go out with the wife and do things.
So one of two things is going to happen. Either I sell all the canon gear and go to mirrorless (thinking about Fuji at the moment), or I sell off most of it, keeping only a few select lenses and upgrading the 5D when the time comes, but still getting a Fuji with 1 zoom and 1-2 primes. The later leaves me with little indecision, so that's easy. The former leaves me with some hesitations, hence my question to any former SLR users. My biggest want in my next camera is more dynamic range. The 5D mkIII is more than acceptable to me in this regard. I'm not sure how the mirrorless cameras compare. The EVF is a little wierd, but I could get over it.