Video with the STM lenses is really good. Autofocus is awesome for video.
User interface and touch screen is nice.
Wi-fi control is well done.
Not as Thrilled -
The still image quality is not as good as my fuji x100s. It's just not as sharp and detailed. Maybe I need to get a fixed lens though for a fair comparison.
Live view shot to shot time is poor. There is a blackout on the screen between shots.
Lack of an EVF. How about a hybrid like the x100s? Would be awesome for video and live view and really give you the best of both worlds.
I think I won't be spending much more money with Canon until they up the APS-C still image quality. I'm already thinking about a fuji ILC. Maybe a used XE-2 with the 56 1.2. I'm not sure I would keep the 70D but for wanting to shoot video of my kids before they grow up. Seems like a decent video cam is $1000 and I'd rather have the 70d and my 18-135 is stm and 55-250 is stm which I only spent $1500 on all together. Plus it will do sports with decent FPS and very fast viewfinder focus for kids soccer. It's well worth 1500 to capture those memories.
I like Canon. But they need stronger crop offerings on the IQ front. I also would like more stm lens - maybe something faster like some primes or a 2.8 zoom. The pancake 40 is too loud for video, whoops. I would even like to see something great on the new 7d sensor-wise to give me more confidence to spend dough on canon glass. Maybe the 60mm macro and new wide angle zoom is stm.