More and more users keep reporting how much they enjoy and are satisfied by the 6D.
It just goes to show how an excellent camera cannot be seen beyond its specs by the spec sheet nazis who wanted to leave Canon as soon as it was announced.
How true. I'd like to upgrade to the 5DIII from a 7D but it's just too expensive for me at the moment. There are times when I'd miss the 7D's performance if I went to a 6D, but maybe keeping the 7D and getting a 6D as well would give me the best of both worlds. Certainly the 6D should be a fine landscape camera, which is what I do most!
I have had the 6D for a few months now. Everything about it in the review is true. I haven't used the 7D before. Instead I came from the 60D. I find the AF spread deficient. I thought I would be okay with it if it worked similar to my 60D. But the focus points don't spread out as evenly due to it being a larger sensor. I dont shoot sports but it's a pain shooting kids when they move a lot. I'm learning to live with this. But if you come from 7D, I'm afraid it'll be harder for you to adapt. I'm actually thinking of getting a used 7D as a secondary camera so that I could use the 10-22efs plus take advantage of the crop factor in certain situations.
I have had a 7D for a couple years and bought a 6D a month ago as an addition. I love the fast frame and reach of the 7D for birds/wildlife. What's blown me away is the high ISO performance of the 6D. I never realized how much flexibility it adds. Even 3 stops higher than the 7D, the 6D's noise is much more attractive. I'm headed to Yellowstone next month, and look forward to getting the best from both of my cameras.
By the way, I have a 70-300L as well, and it's superb with both camera bodies!