As some may have seen, DPReview.com has finally posted their review of the A7 (one for the A7R is still forthcoming). http://www.dpreview.com/reviews/sony-alpha-a7 Their review is notably critical of several "issues" with the camera, from control placement, to JPEG quality, to focus issues for manual lenses. But one issue I was curious about, not owning an A7 myself (but rather *just* the a3000), is their issue with the camera biased toward a shutter speed of 1/60 when in full auto, A or P mode, preferring instead to optimize for lower ISO rather than faster shutter speed. I must say I've noticed a similar "bias" with my a3000 and was wondering if other A7 or NEX/Alpha users are familiar with this apparent behavior and whether there is any correction/adjustment available other than S or M modes. In addition, DPReview recently posted another article reviewing the A7's capabilities for using legacy manual focus lenses, again reaching a somewhat negative view (do I detect a pattern or journalistic bias?), particularly noting difficulties using the focus peaking. http://www.dpreview.com/news/2014/01/21/using-third-party-lenses-on-sony-a7-a7r I must say I've noticed some difficulty getting good lock with focus peaking on my a3000 with my meager set of legacy lenses. But I have so far put that down to either (a) my own inexperience, (b) the a3000's less than stellar screen and EVF resolutions, or (c) peculiarities with the lenses or $20 adapters. I've seen some awfully good, and awfully sharp in many cases, shots here from some of you taken with legacy glass, so I know it can be done. Any thoughts or tips that DPReview and I could benefit from? Thanks in advance for your informed thoughts and opinions.