I have quite complete M/F and L/F systems. Yet when I look around at my living room and gallery walls I see most of the landscape/travel prints are from a beat up Palubel Makita 67. To travel with one camera/one lens and zoom, when possible, with your feet has much to recommend. Getting really comfortable with your camera and lens is key. That you can fit a 6x7 rangefinder into a small fanny pack is very nice.

Last year down in Mexico the fuzzy light trap stuffing gave up and died. Then the rangefinder crapped out. (lots of motorcycle and air travel I guess) Some black tape and zone/scale focus and I kept on going. I am very happy with the prints from that trip. You see, it does not matter what you use, just pick your camera and use it, a lot.