I've had a 7D for the last 6 years and it's served me well but it's starting to feel it's age with issues arising and I'm feeling the itch to upgrade my gear. Would love some recommendations. I've loved my 7D despite not really being the primary target customer for it as i don't really shoot a tonne of action shots. I'm mostly a travel photographer who shoots a lot of candid/street photography although some wildlife/landscape photos as well. What's most important to me is image quality with some consideration towards weight, cost, and ability to shoot non-static subjects (due to candid street photos who aren't necessarily standing still). I'm used to and tolerant of the 7D's weight but wouldn't want a significantly bulkier camera. The need to swap out my lenses (fairly decent set already) if i go full frame or another brand is also a consideration. I've looked at the 7D Mk II, 6d, 5d Mk III, and some of the nicer mirrorless options. Understandably lots of pros/cons of each. 7d Mk II is very appealing due to familiarity, sounds like an upgrade overall, and like not needing to change lens set. Not entirely certain if its the perfect option though as i'm not a sports photographer and is still a heavy camera for somebody who likes to travel. 6D sounds like it's better image quality with some nice features but requires new lens set and an aging camera. Not sure if it's the best investment. As i'm looking used the Mk II doesn't seem feasible or in my budget. 5d MkIII - Sounds like a great camera for photo quality, but the weight and new lens set (and cost) are giving me pause. Mirrorless - Mirrorless cameras of similar budget (i.e. Fujifilm X-T2) are appealing for weight and features but I don't know if i'll be satisfied from an image quality perspective and will have to invest in new lens set. Appreciate any advice I can get to help me in making this decision.