Just spent half an hour to fit Peak Design anchors to my old and trusty A7. Boy, is that a real and royal PITA! Can't imagine that it's supposed to be that difficult. Had to grease the anchors with soap, flatten the wires with pliers and push real hard to get them through the camera eyelets with the pointed end of the pliers, hopefully not causing too much damage to the anchor wires. Mind you, I removed the original triangular eyelets, I want to have a camera with as little as possible dangling stuff when it's on a tripod. Fitting them anchors to the A7R2 was equally difficult. The A7 suffered some scratches in the process but as it has suffered damage before I'm not too concerned about that, but doing this with a new camera would get me some extra nerves fired up. Phew, happy now, but I'm hoping that Peak Design will offer something more comfortable before the next irresistible Sony camera comes out. Meanwhile, I've also posted this message to the Peak Design support forum, asking if they will consider producing anchors with thinner wires.