A FF version of the 7dII, with good low and high ISO performance and between 24 and 30 MP.
Absolutely for a general purpose FF camera. I took a 7Dm2 and a 5Dm3 on a photography trip in January and ended up shooting more with the 7D than the 5D. On trips like that one I shoot every thing from landscape to occasional wildlife to street photography and use the silent shooting mode a lot. It doesn't sound like much but being able to push the rate up to 4fps from 3 is great. The only thing missing from that camera is a touchscreen for use with live view shooting. The image quality of the 7Dm2 sensor compared to the last crop sensor camera I'd used was eye opening. I would take a scaled up version of the 7D's AF system too. I had the opportunity to shoot some surfing during the trip with the 7D and the new version of the 100-400. Even when shooting with strong back lighting the camera locked onto the surfer and tracked them flawlessly. The "in focus" rate was almost 100%. Amazing...
The report on the in camera GPS is not as glowing. Slower to sync up and quick to loose lock compared to the 6D. Maybe the rugged body design has I little too much metal for the in-body approach to be as successful as the 6D.