1. I feel suffocated by working full time and being a full-time student and it makes me feel creatively stifled because I don't have the free time to sit down on a weekend and write all day or go out and do things that inspire me. I know there's ways around it but in my head it's just not adding up.
2. I don't feel technically challenged so much, as I love working with the tools that I have, but I do think my lighting can improve. I would like to see more affordable lighting solutions, as I don't have the budget to buy one light that cost as much as my camera.
3. I definitely have trouble finding talented cast and crew where I live. There is a slight hotspot (South Florida) two hours south of me which makes it not as bad as rural, isolated areas, but scheduling people to drive up or getting crew to travel down south is a logistical problem but can be done.
4. No Film School is one of my favorite websites so I'm not sure what else I could suggest adding. My answer can be subjective since some people on here work on bigger productions and prefer to see things more useful to them, where as I'm a more DIY, run and gun kind of guy due to my circumstances. So just keep up the great work, haha!
No no, this helps! That's all I was looking for. Basically just wondering if anyone feels pidgeonholed by not buying any m4/3 glass. I don't mind adding the extra size it contributes to the set up, and I'm thinking I'll want the Canon glass for my DSLR sometimes as well.
I think my plan would be, considering the speedbooster doesn't decrease image quality, is keep buying Canon glass and maybe lookout for some cool and cheap vintage glass on ebay or something.