My sweet, dear old 20D is finally breaking down -- and after a flameout in Budapest that left me cameraless, I no longer trust it. I'm travelling again next month, and need a new body. I have the following lenses: 10-22mm 24-70mm 70-200mm 4.0 IS 100mm Macro 50mm 1.8 Looking at what's out there, it looks like the 7D and 5DII are my best options -- but I'm having trouble deciding. On one hand, the 7D offers: 1. Electronic level (my pics are always crooked); 2. Better control system for video / slow motion; 3. Better autofocus (though I mainly shoot landscapes) 4. Ability to use EF-S (so I don't have to trade in the 10-22) 5. Lower price (so maybe I could get some other piece of kit -- though I don't know what) The 5DII offers: 1. Full frame 2. Better high ISO (but I don't really need this, frankly -- I shoot mainly at 100-400) Given what I shoot, there's no feature on the 7D that's killer for me -- though that leveling thingamabob is definitely attractive. And so I've heard the standard advice that landscape shooters should go with the 5DII because the image quality is better. Except...is it? At 100-400 ISO, the shots I've seen appear to be equally sharp, equally noise-free, and equally "punchy" -- I'm having trouble seeing the difference between the cameras with my untrained eye. I have seen reviews looking at huge crops at high ISOs, and do see distinctions there -- but that's just not me. I don't tend to crop, don't tend to print bigger than 10x14, and tend to shoot at low ISO. So is there any real-world difference between the 5DII and 7D for my applications? When I print at 10x14, will I look at the 5DII's image and go "wow!" in a way that I wouldn't with the 7D? If so...why? Higher dynamic range? Better color resolution? What makes the image quality "better" on the 5DII? Thanks for all your help / opinions!