I saw this article by Mark Hobson (Photo.net member!) on Nature Photographers Online Magazine and found it quite thought- provoking. Just wanted to point others to it as well. Perhaps you've thought about this subject of committed focus (or lack thereof) in your own work ... I know I have, and I feel like I'm still in the early stages of my development as a photographer and am not willing to narrow my experimentation at this point, although if I find something I truly love in the future, I might be willing to focus that intensively. And of course, many of us are happy not to specialize because our intention is not to "go pro" in any case. I do see certain photographers on this site who have adopted this approach of having a highly focused, "signature" style and subject, and the quality and substance of their work indicates to me that it is a successful strategy. What do you think after reading the article?