I know this is probably something that has been covered more times than people really want to talk about...but I couldn't find any solid answers or suggestions based off of my current situation. So...instead of continually letting my head spin, I thought I would just create a post to see what you guys think. I currently own a D7000 and it has been a great camera. The surprising part for me was how much better the low light performance was in comparison to the D300s I had. Overall it has been fantastic. Most of the photography work I do (outside of shooting my 6 month old all of the time) is automotive and portrait. While most of the automotive work is actually stationary or rolling, there are several instances a year where I am shooting track days and races. A friend of mine recently received his D800 and the camera really intriqued me. One, I have never made the switch to full frame (D80 to D300s to D7000), so the ability for landscapes, automotive work and portraits to have more control over DOF and actually run at the specified focal length is something that I have had full frame envy over for quite sometime. Adding to that, I have started using the D7000 for video work and the full frame capability with better video specs makes the D800 a draw as well. The question is whether or not I will miss the faster burst shooting speed of the D7000 and if I really need to step up to the D800. It might just be a case of the "I wants" with the new body released...but part of me is thinking that the investment would gain me some benefit down the road by finally stepping up to full frame. The reason I haven't done it in the past was the cameras were too big for some of my use, but the D800 is much more manageable in size and weight. I guess at the end of the day I have 3 options. Keep the D7000 and save the money. Keep the D7000 as a second camera for days I need the burst and a back up and pick up the D800 as my main body. Pick up the D800 and sell the D7000 to offset some of the costs. What do you guys think? BTW...the lenses I use regularly are the following 135/f2 Nikkor, 50/f1.4 Sigma, 35/f1.8 Nikkor, 18-200 VR Nikkor, 12-24/f4 Tokina, 8mm Fisheye Adorama House Brand. I also rent other Nikkors depending on what I need that day for a particular shoot (70-200, 50-500, macro, etc.).