Since I purchased my Sony A6000 I have been shooting with it and it seems that my Nikon D7000 is just being left out of the picture now. Each and every time I will find myself reaching for the A6000 due to its better AF and size/weight. Even with the SELP18105G f/4 attached, it is much lighter than the D7000 with the Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 as my go to all around lens. If I require a fast prime, my A6000 has either SEL35F18 or SEL50F18 to cover those ranges. On the Sony's wide end I have the SELP1650 or the SEL20F28 with UWA converter @ 15mm. Tele I have SEL55210 zoom. The advantages of the D7000 is on the wide end with the Tokina 12-24mm f/4 & tele AF-S 70-300mm. As far as macro goes, the A6000 has the SEL30M3.5...not much reach, but sharp for stationary object. I have the AF-S 40mm f/2.8 micro & Sigma 90mm f/2.8 macro for the D7000. The plus about the Sony A6000 is that I have the Fotodiox Pro Nik (G) - NEX D-Click lens adapter, so I can use the Nikon lenses in MF mode. Current Nikon gear: Nikon D7000 AF-S 70-300 : AF-S 35 f/1.8G : AF-S Micro 40 /f2.8G : AF-S 85 f/1.8G : AF 50 f/1.8D : Sigma 90 f/2.8 Macro : Sigma 17-50 f/2.8 : Tokina SD 12-24 f/4 DX The value of the D7000 is also a concern, since it is aging and decreasing. So what should I do? Should I sell the D7000? Any feedback/advice/suggestions will be very helpful!