I am looking to return to Sony after a brief fling with a Fuji XE1 and 35/1.4. Actually both camera and lens are quite nice (the XF35 is in fact amazing) but my love is shooting adapted lenses and there is simply no comparison between the Sony and Fuji when it comes to support for adapted lenses. I tried out a loaner a6000 and while it was a ton of fun I don't find myself needing or wanting it. The things it does well (like fast AF) mean nothing to me as I will be using adapted lenses, the 24mp sensor is nice bit I am not convinced it is that much better than my old 5n was and I did some side my side tests with my XE1 and while it was awfully good the XE1 wasn't that far behind in good light and pulled away in low light. Then there was the matter of how the EVF sticks out and partially blocks the LCD and the really twitchy shutter release. Despite it's flaws I loved using the 5n so I looked at the a5000 and a5100 and truth be told neither of them impressed me. They felt plasticky and kinda cheap. So then I thought about grabbing a 5n. In looking around I found a demo 5T at Adorama for about $240. I could buy it with the proceeds of the sale of the XF35 and have change left over. Interestingly 5n's are tough to locate and about $100 more. I know nothing of the 5r and 5t but I did look at images of the 5t and like the addition of the thumb wheel on top. The video button also looks less likely to be hit (that mas a major pain on the 5n). If I could program the fn button to do focus assist like you can on the a6000 that would be pretty cool (but I suspect not). So do any of you Sony faithful have some advice for me? Am I correct in assuming the 5t is essentially an updated 5n? Before someone asks the reason I am looking at the 5t vs the 5r is I rather like the idea of WiFi and NFC.