(wet feet in the photo)
Where do you do your hiking? I do a lot in alaska and the northern rockies. Both can be freekin' WET. A lot of the trails in the rockies are set up for horse traffic, so no bridges.
I've found that it doesn't bother me to have wet feet. The first stream I get to in the morning, I just tromp across and get my shoes wet early. I find if I do that, the rest of my hiking day is easy. I don't need to worry about keeping my feet dry. If I changed my shoes at each stream crossing, my travel would slow to a crawl. And - If it's warm and sunny, they dry off quick. If it's cold and rainy, my feet are wet anyway.
I hike in low top nylon trail runners (Montrail HARD rock). I do a lot of complicated off trail travel (no trails in alaska) if I keep my pack weight really low, I do a LOT better with light shoes in off trail 3rd and 4th class terrain.
And - I do LONG trips, here's a two week trip report from the WINDS:
If you've never NOT taken camp shoes, I encourage you to give it a try.
Also - I take luxury items, in the form of coffee and special oily chap stick (for my dry skin).