My A7 III arrived a few days ago and it’s great - everything I expected it to be. I already have a few native FE primes and I wouldn’t mind having an APS-C back-up camera so my 28mm f/2.0, 35mm f/2.8 and 50mm f/1.8 can get some extra use. Enter the AXXXX series. I’m focusing on the A6300 because, unlike the A6000, it has the magnesium body, the newer sensor, the improved autofocus shared with the A6500 and weather resistance. I feel the A6300 still represents the best value in the line because the A6500 is still $300 more and I don’t care about the touchscreen, which DPReview finds to be a bit slow and clunky. The A6500 does have the faster processor but the A6300 has the best battery life in the line. I’m really not worried about a potential A6700 because we know what that is likely to cost. I have the A7 III for most of what the A6500 and a possible A6700 would be used for. Any thoughts? Feel free to poke holes in my logic. One last thing: Is it worth getting the 16-50 pancake? I doubt it’s weather sealed even though the A6300 body is.