I carry all this stuff around, in case a certain situation comes up where I want to use a certain camera and I'll have it. But now it's getting to the point where the VX's, there are other cameras that can do their job. I don't really need the VX anymore. I hardly ever get to use the 16mm anymore just because it's expensive. I rarely get to use the Super 8 either. I like them because those cameras are good to create a nostalgic feeling. You can film stuff with those cameras and it feels more like a memory when you watch it. Video is so instant, but when you have to wait and get it developed, it just adds more meaning to it. Different angles, different looks, different styles; combine it all into one and see what you get. When I was filming Talk Is Cheap, I had two DSLRs, two VX's, HPX 170, and a Super 8 camera with me at once. There are certain things in that video, if I wasn't carrying all those cameras, the shots would not have been the way they are. There is a clip of Russ Barone grinding this wave ledge to toothpick off. The intro is shot on a DSLR. It's a silhouetted shot with a super pretty sunset in the back. Another angle with the HPX, which is completely different. It's both the same trick at the same time. It's all relevant to the look you want to get. It was known that the Cult video was going to be in SD. I could get a normal static shot with an HD camera on a tripod and digitally make fake dolly shots. If I didn't have those other cameras I wouldn't be able to have those moving shots. That was the most cameras I ever carried.