I applaud Sony for their honesty, but when I read this list of "Situations this product has difficulty handling" I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. http://www.sony-europe.com/support/emanual/ILCE-6000/HG/EN/contents/TP0000301942.html It's nice to claim the world's fastest autofocus, but here is their list of situations when "the product cannot take full advantage" of Lock-on AF: Low light conditions Overly bright conditions Varying levels of brightness Large moving subjects or subjects that move too quickly Subjects too small or too large So if the light is perfect and the subject is just the right size and not moving too quickly ... were golden! I think this is mostly a case of CYA, and a convenient place to point and educate complaining customers. Realistically, my first impressions after almost 24 hours with the A6000 are mostly good, tho I really haven't had that much time to spend with it. I just couldn't help but see some humor in the Sony list. I will share more in a week or so.