Oh guys, I just need your help now. There's a €620 (including shipping) NEX-7 up for grabs on ebay again, this time with 'no signs of usage', however with a 'slightly dissolving screen'. Already googled the screen issue, it seems to be fairly common and can be repaired by yourself pretty cheap and within 10 minutes. Question now is: Should I buy a camera that's 25 (!) months old since it's introduction? I'm already quite happy with the image quality of my NEX-5, so I'm sure I'd be happy with the 7, and the things I miss most are better controls and a VF. As for WiFi - I would love to have it, but not in a as poor implementation as can be seen on the NEX-6, and it's not a deal breaker. What could the extra wait and money be worth? Basically, there are two things that would make me regret not having waited for a successor - a camera with a higher MP count (like 32 or 36 MP) or a better EVF. As for the MP - I personally doubt this would happen as most of their FF cameras don't have more MP either. As for the EVF - did anybody have a chance to compare the NEX-7 EVF to an A7/r or a Olympus E-M5 - and are these EVFs significantly better? As for money - I suppose a successor would cost somewhere between €999 and €1199, which definitely means I can't buy both - the Touit 50 and the camera body. With the price of a used NEX-7 I might be able to afford both, especially if the Touit really only becomes available february or later. What would you do? What's your opinion about the NEX-7 two years later? And to all NEX-7 owners - what's the thing you like the least on your camera?