I have a NEX6 with an 8mm FE that I don't use (and can't seem to sell!), a 55-210, and three legacy 50mm (Rokkor 45/2, FD 50 macro and CZJ 50/1.7). I also have a speedbooster adapter for the MD45/2. I got the NEX last fall, so I've put some time into it. I was waiting for <strike>Godot</strike> Canon to do something with the M system, but that's not happening, The NEX produces nice images, and the body is nice. The lenses are nice. It's all quite nice. It's not, however, inspiring, interesting or fun. I looked at the native AF lenses, and they are just more of the same. Nice kit lens, nice 35/1.8 and nice 50/1.8. The 20mm pancake was kind OK, but had some really weird distortion. Nothing inspiring. So, with spring finally here, I'm trying to decide -- should I get something different? I'm thinking my options are (and I've ruled out Fuji, Samsung, Nikon One for various reasons): Stick with the NEX6 and make it work. Use the RX100 for most stuff, and use the NEX for MF with the 50s and telephoto. Get an OMD10 with kit lens (or maybe the P25). Add the Panny 100-300 and probably either the O25/1.8 or the PL25 (obviously, get adapters for the legacy 50s) Get a GX7 with the same lens line-up. Stick with the NEX6 through the spring, and get an OMD10 or GX7 for the fall, after prices come down further What I want in a camera is: Compact size Easy MF when I want it (30%), but fast and sure AF when needed (70%) Good option for the 30-50mm equivalent range and good telephoto Easy controls, with 2 wheels preferred Flippy LCD Built-in EVF Pop-up flash for fill (prefer the ceiling-bounce option of the NEX6 and GX7) Good saturation, colors, dark blacks Good skin tones Auto-PF/CA control with native lenses Good jpg engine Budget of $400-500 for the body(!) I think the answer is to wait through the summer and see where prices are in the fall, but I'm also stuck a bit between the GX7 and the OMD10, even if the prices were cheaper.