Rather soon I will be getting me a new body since my D7000 is almost worn out. I have been very pleased with it, the ergonomics are great, I find the IQ to be fantastic most of the time and it's great value. However, since I enjoy hiking and street walks it does sometimes feel a bit obtrusive. At the other hand, it's versatile and so far it's gotten the job done wether it's landscape or wildlife photography. I've narrowed it down to three choices: A: Going fullframe, a D600/D610 is what I've kept my eyes on lately. About the same weight/size as D7000 but double sensor area and 50% more pixels. More expensive, would probably start of with a 50mm prime and later on get me a proper wide angle. Better low light performance, which could be useful for doing handheld landscape in sunset/rise even though for most occasions I'd bring a tripod. Would still be a large camera but hopefully the increased IQ would make it worth it. B: Going for a D7100. Probably great choice, no low pass filter and about 100 grams lighter. I can also keep using my Sigma 18-35 Art which is my favourite lense. Not very exciting choice since it's basically the same camera as I have and it would still feel to large at some occasions. C: Which is most exciting at the moment, Fuji! From what I gather it's about the same IQ as D7000 in an XT-1 or similar but smaller package and more retro-feeling which is something I've been longing for. I would get a stealthier camera for street photography and more portability increases the likelihood of actually bringing the camera for non-photo activites and locations. Don't know too much about the different models they carry since I've been a Nikon fanboy so far... My main interests include landscape and street/travel. Would prefer IQ over high frame rate and other sports-related qualities.