With Sony's A6500 and 6300 now the flagships of the E-mount line, the A6000 is being discounted just about every where in the U.S., at least around the holidays. The body-only kit is going for $399, the body with 16-50mm kit lens for $549 and the kit with body, 16-50mm and 55-210mm for $699. I know the body with 16-50 has been cheaper but I'm not sure I've seen the body-only this low. The A6000 is still a pretty impressive camera on its own, employing on-chip phase-detection autofocus and being able to track subjects pretty well. It seems to lack only a touchscreen and makes do with a lower-resolution viewfinder when compared with its higher-priced brethren. I must say, I'm tempted to pick up a body-only and add a Sigma 30mm f/2.8 prime. If it works out, maybe add the Sigma 19mm and leave it at that. I don't really need it - I have lots of other cameras. But I think it might be a lot of fun. Anyone else have any thoughts about this camera these days?