I think the new NEX 5r and 6 look to be wonderful cameras. As soon as I saw them I started thinking what can I sell to afford that new NEX6...then it hit me, I didn't need to upgrade. Don't get me wrong the NEX6 looks to be a very appealing package but for my particular needs I really don't need it. I use the NEX for manual focus lenses only so the new and presumably fast AF is not needed. I have a Sigma 30 but it's for sale so my various Konica, Olympus and FSU lenses won't see any benefit from the AF. I shoot available light so neither the flash nor the hot shoe is really all that important for me. The EVF is appealing and probably represents the closest thing to a need but i HAVE been doing just fine with the rear LCD (even in bright sunlight). The added WiFi is cool as are the downloadable apps but again I can live without them. In fact it occurs to me that I could go all the way back to the NEX3 and NEX5 and still have very functional cameras. I started to think about what WOULD make a difference for me. What would be so compelling that I would upgrade? A more comfortable body, a clickable thumb wheel (thank you Panasonic for making that such an issue with me) and significantly better IQ top the list. The C3 is actually pretty comfy in my hand. I tried a 5n and it also feels good but I don't find that it feels THAT different to me. I really do like the thumbwheel and mode dial on the 6...a lot. The new cameras certainly have improved IQ but by how much? I'm excited to see the reviews on the new cameras and see what folks think of them when they get into people's hands but I'm good for now. I'm not feeling any urge to upgrade. I may at some point but right now it seems under control. Now, if I decide to try out that 35/1.8 and start feeling all warm and fuzzy about AF again then all bets are off. For now however I'll keep bopping along with my C3.