Oh the irony. I'm a programmer. I avoid Apple products like the plague exactly because they treat the customer like an idiot that cannot be trusted with taking control of the computer. Well, thats still true. However: Thom Hogan: Products of the same company might fight each other, thats cool. Hu ! Looking at Canon EOS-M and even worse Nikon 1 - thats definitely not something Nikon or Canon would agree with. Consider especially that only the D5x00 line has a fully articulated screen (excluding the original D5000 which has kind of more a monitor like the D750). And that only the D7x00, D6x0 and the D750 have U1, U2 modes. I absolutely love the one handed operation of the D5x00 line, and the ability to TURN THE MONITOR AROUND to protect it (and make sure it NEVER ACTIVATES which my D750 does every single time I want to change ISO). So why cant I get the same in a full frame camera ?!? Canon does this a bit better, since you get the equivalent of the U modes in the 5D line. Well, it worked for them with me. If the D5100 would have a more reasonable feature set and more lens choices, I might still be a happy D5100 user ... so Nikon convinced me to go for FX. Well ... actually the Coolpix A is in many respects superior to the Nikon One system. ... not ? Well as I said before - I wouldnt touch a Mac PC with a long stick. Okay, thats not true. I might actually buy a Mac for the hardware (like the 5K screens) and install Windows on it (and/or Linux, depending upon what I want to do with that computer). The winner for me is the D750. The D810 is okay for what it does, too, but the D750 offers me features I need more urgently and is the better generalist camera. I have no clue why the D7200 would be such a great camera. The D7000 was a great all around camera. The D7100 added a better AF, but lacked fps and buffer for making a good camera for sports. The D7200 now fixed the buffer, but still doesnt have the fps. So even ignoring the issues with build etc, the D7200 is still no replacement for the D300s as a DX sports camera. So - why is the D7200 so great ? Its just the current crutch Nikon offers for wildlife shooters, really. Maybe the D7300 will be complete in that respect ? Or the D300sx/D310/D350/D400/D9000/D9300/whatever, if that ever comes.