Step one is easy: I really don't need the two full-frame zooms in my APS-C bag right? Well, one is my only 1:2 closeup option (though I have several 1:3ish that will do), and the other gets me to 300mm. I'll take the chance and pack them. The two Limiteds will stay out, as will the DA16-45.
For lighter telephoto and poor weather the DA50-200WR should stay - wait though, that doesn't really matter with the K-01 does it? The K-5 is being packed as its electronics are in need of service, and that includes SR - so really the 50-150 f/2.8 is as useful for low light as the 50-200 f/4-5.6 is for weather seals. Ah well the WR lens is pretty small so it can stay, and the SMC-A 24/2.8 and new 8mm fisheye can go in the packing box.
The easy-to-pack items are the SMC-M 50mm f/2 and the 400mm f/6.3 preset; those are very rarely in use and can be done without for a bit.
So for the next month or three this is my mini-kit:
K-01 ghost-camera + DA16-45, 50-200WR and Sigma 50-150 zooms + DA Limiteds 40 and 70
And the Q might as well be easy to reach too, being so small. As daylight weakens it shows its limitations with the small sensor though. Were I seeking a small camera again, the Lumix GM-1 looks mighty handy: Q size but m4/3 sensor, and a 12-34mm zoom that would play nicely with the two adapted Limiteds. Oh yeah, I'm not seeking a small camera... shame on me for speculating so much.