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RX 100 and RX 100 MkII are blessed with superior glass, so no wonder the IQ is excellent. When I used my EOS M with some of the highly regarded legacy lenses in my collection, the IQ was improved over the stock 22mm EF-M lens. I'd still get an EOS M body with a used adapted(MF) Zeiss Biogon T*, and then there can be fair comparison between RX 100 II and the EOS M. I still think both RX cameras are overpriced for the sensor size and IQ you get. I suppose the tiny size of the Sony can be an attractive trade off for many.
Once you owned 5D III, your 7D will most likely sitting in the bag & collecting dust - or end up on CL.
Other than all the times you shoot distance limited wildlife (when you will badly wish you had your 7D back from CL).
Show me what your 1D X can do that make my 5D III looks like a children's toy.
Shoot pictures during a hurricane. Pound in nails if you can't find your hammer. Etc.
Once you owned 5D III, your 7D will more likely sitting in the bag & collecting dust.
Once you owned a 1dx, the 5d3 will look like a children's toy to you. But this is comparing apples and oranges, the 5d ff range is a completely other gear range - you get nearly two 6d or three 7d1 for one 5d3. So for those who'd like to keep their (one!) camera body price well below $2k, it will remain a struggle with Canon to decide either for good af/fps or low light capability.
I also have both cameras and agree ... although the result of marrying the best features of the two starts to look a bit like another camera they sell ... (OK, the 5D3 has a few extra tricks up its sleeve, in particular AF, but still.)
I do like the 6D for its IQ, the fact it's smaller and lighter, and because on it the 40mm pancake gives a 40mm FOV (relevant to me because I do like the option of such a small set up and there's no EF/EFS pancake in the 22 to 28 mm range). However I'm finding it VERY hard to part with the 7D.