I have a NEX F3 that I purchased with the EVF and 18-55 kit lens and have only had for a few weeks -- not enough time to even get to know the camera -- but still I am considering selling it and buying a NEX 6. The primary reasons are the built in EVF, smaller kit lens and better controls (dials, etc.) on the 6. Although I have some basic technical knowledge of photography I don't have much practical experience applying that knowledge (although like many I have taken photos without any knowledge for years ), so I consider myself very much a beginner. In other words, I have a ton to learn. Money is not the deciding factor here, but I purchased the F3 and EVF at a good price so to buy a 6 would represent a substantial increase over what I paid (I mention this only because if I had purchased the F3 and EVF at regular retail prices, the cost would have been almost as much as the 6). Any thoughts from those of you who have some experience as to whether it makes any sense to upgrade or if I might be better off saving the money for now, working with the F3 and kit lens for a while and upgrading down the road? Or perhaps there is something else that would be better to use while learning? I know the gear is much less important than the photographer and the F3 is a good camera, so I don't have any delusions that my photos will be miraculously better with another camera. I'm just trying to figure out what makes most sense for me.