Thanks for the great advice. I ended up getting a nice deal on the 5Dc and having used it for a couple of days, and I like it already. Unfortunately, I have only shot people till now (who don't like their pictures on the net), but I should be able to post some pictures soon.
In case someone has the same questions as me, here's what I like so far:
1. The images are very nice (and I mean really nice), and as RLP said, I needed very little PP in LR. Actually, I just fitted the lens profile and pushed the WB a tad, and that was it. Shots at ISO 1600 are totally ok to push exposures by a stop without any significant deterioration of shadows (didn't try more than that). The fact that I can shoot at 1600 and be perfectly happy with it, trumps the 7D (that I had) right there.
2. AF with center point was absolutely fine. I didn't want to fiddle with the peripheral ones anyway because it was dark.
Here's what I don't like so much:
1. The shutter sound is loud, I almost flinch and worry the mirror will come off (well, it has been reinforced).
2. The LCD is small and low-res and green (Did they borrow this one from Nikon?). There's no way to see a histogram at the same time (it might be technically possible, but practically pointless).
3. No Auto ISO. I really miss that feature.
4. The long-winded menu system. They could have updated the firmware...
I did know 2 and 3 going in though, so not much bothered.
Now, I have a follow-up question. The sensor has a bit of dust, and I know there is no sensor cleaning system.
So should I send it in and get Canon to do it (might also get a replacement screen), or is it something that can be safely attempted by self using a rocket blower (no, I won't go into the stamping/swiping tools)? I have attached a picture of the sensor. Advice will be greatly appreciated.
Second question- I know RLP suggested getting the Ee-S screen, but is there any benefit to the Ee-D with the grids? Thanks.