How about an all new "full frame" category where the sensor's aspect is 5:7 rather than 4:6? Then make it a "foveon" type that is "only" 14 MP (x3). The pixels might thus be large enough to lower the noise of this design a bit, and yet due to its nature, it could possibly still resolve as much or more detail as a standard "bayer" 22 to 24 MP sensor (yet the color would give a special film like quality that Bayer inherently lacks). Give it a "miniature 1 series" body but with full size 1 series viewfinder and battery, and either the 5D3's AF sensor (or a modernized/adapted 7D, or 1D4 AF sensor...or perhaps something else). Let it record 16 bit RAW files, and shoot at 5.5 fps, and use something better/faster than CF cards. Like Nikon has done, give a choice to adjust the amount and type of data compression for RAW files, as well as their bit depth. It could function as a studio/portrait, or landscape camera...and would be adequate for sports (but would obviously not be the sports camera). It could be priced at or under $4500. It could be the "studio/landscape" version of a "5D4", and then let something else be the sports "5D4". Or maybe instead it could be called an 8D? Or perhaps an "EOS D"...or just "EOS"?