I've developed a taste for high IQ images. I thought m43 was the best compromise between size and IQ, but I'm changing my mind and saying that APS-C is now my best compromise. I may need to work out a bit to carry the bigger lenses, but I like the images enough to do it. I own a couple cameras that dazzle with their IQ, but they are both fixed lens cameras. I recently sold off my X-Pro. As much as I love the form factor, it's still not my ideal system camera. I would like a lens with longer reach than 200mm and I'd like a longer macro than the Fuji. I think it's time I go over to the dark side and try a Canikon. The Nikon D7000 looks to me to be about the sweet spot (for me) concerning price and feature trade-offs. Can any of you DSLR users share some wisdom about the potential purchase? I like that it will AF an AF lens past or present and that is a big draw for me so I can go looking for sweet older ones on the cheap. I remember when I first got into photography, the images I was seeing from the D90 always impressed me and the D7000 is the successor to that. So I don't think I really need the newest one (there's always a newer one, isn't there). I'd rather save a few hundred to put towards some glass.