I've never been a gear snob, in music (mostly) or photography. It's all about picking an acceptable point of diminishing returns. I picked up an RB67 when I got the photo bug again because it has "very good" lenses (Sekor C) that can be serviced nearly forever, it was cheap, and it is extremely versatile. I'm sure an RZ or Hasselblad would have technically superior lenses, but in the real world it will never make an artistic difference imo.

I also grabbed an Olympus XA for street photography. Cheap, compact/stealthy, easy to use with one hand, and a very good lens.