As a 60D user now, I was disappointed with the 70D revelation of no improvement in RAW.
Be positive - this saves you the decision if upgrading to the direct next gen and spending a lot of $$$ for another crop body is necessary :-p ... just like me, for low light capability ff is still the way to go for the years to come.
Marry the best features of the two bodies together for a sure winner in the 7D MkII.
No, in this marriage will result in a 5d3 or aps-h :-) ... and Canon is quite ok with people buying two $1500+ cameras instead of one :-p
Concerning the specs: no wifi, but gps, i.e. the exact opposite of the 70d? That doesn't make sense and also doesn't seem plausible/likely to me, esp. you can easily use an external gps logger but wifi is a different matter.
Also the "specs nowhere from complete" doesn't square with the fact that there already seem to be multiple 7d2 test cameras out there, so Canon's problem will be about choosing one of them and not re-spec'ing them all over.
Also the dual pixel af as an innovation in the 7d2 is a letdown, people shooting sports/wildlife will most likely continue to use the vf and phase af. But of course with lv af and the mirror already up Canon could get a lot of more fps from the 7d2 at practically zero cost...