I've been at it with the Canon 750D for 4 years now and I still think it does a great job as a camera where I'm happy with the results even on print. However, I have found a few flaws with the body which makes me think it might be time to upgrade. I have looked at some mirrorless cameras as that seems to be the direction the future of photography is moving. like the Canon EOS R and EOS RP, as well as the crop-sensor EOS M6 Mark II. My biggest concern with the mirrorless cameras is the physical size. I tried the Sony A6300 from a friend and it felt flimsy and unstable in the hand even with a battery grip. I don't intend to use the camera for professional work in any way. I'm just looking for an upgrade from a camera that is getting older that I've used enough to feel the flaws but also know the pros of. As I'm happy with the quality overall with the pictures from the 750D I'm not sure if it would be a valuable investment for me to switch but these things have started to annoy me more and more lately. What attracted me most with the mirrorless cameras is the autofocus points as well as the electronic viewfinder. I've got myself 3 main lenses I use and don't have a budget to go get lenses for a new brand. therefore I ruled out other brands. Also from my experience, the Canon cameras have the best ergonomics on their bodies. My lenses: Canon EF-S 10-18mm f/4,5-5,6 IS STM Tamron EF 70-300mm f/4-5,6 IS II USM Canon EF-S 15-85mm f/3.5-5.6 IS USM The main pros/cons with the Canon 750D I got are: Pros: - The size (with a battery grip) feels good and sturdy. - Comfortable button layout - Takes pictures Cons: - The autofocus is very limited with it's 19 AF points. - It's extremely hard to hit focus in low light and moving objects. - 5 fps is slow and I've missed a couple of fast-moving shots. - hard to hold the camera steady while changing aperture settings in Manual(M) mode I've considered the following bodies as they're in my price range. Canon EOS RP Canon EOS 6D Mark II Canon EOS 90D Canon EOS M6 Mark II I've also considered holding onto my money and see what Canon releases in the near future within a year or two on the mirrorless market. What would you do in my situation?