Thanks for asking, my 7d is a bit wobbly and chewing up batteries so off to cps.
The RAW progress looks amazing, just need to try and justify the spend. What data rates are you getting? Are you cutting it natively in your NLE? What are you using?
Data rate seems to be around 100-120mbps, using a Komputerbay 64GB and can run it for 5 minutes straight with 0 skipped frames, so that's pretty sweet. I've experimented with pretty much all the available software people have made recently (raw2dng, RAWanizer, etc.). I tried Rawanizer which is supposed to give you Cineform .mov files but have been having trouble with that. So as of now I've just been doing a workflow similar to the BMCC, convert the .RAW to cinema DNG's, process those using Camera Raw, export to TIFF, bring into FCPX, export as prores, edit that. I haven't actually gone any further than processing them with Camera Raw, just been experimenting and haven't really shot anything with the intent of editing it.
I have to say it's insane how much you can do in post, night and day better in terms of flexibility. I had some shots with the sky blown out and as soon as I pulled down that highlight slider I was absolutely floored, the sky came right back and looked outstanding with virtually no degrading of the image! It's very cool, bit cumbersome at the moment, but I think once they get the kinks worked out it will be a very viable option.