Thanks, I got a good laugh.
Using the 7D name on something that's not APS-C at this point would be a PR disaster; if you suggested it to Canon you'd get laughed out of the boardroom. By which I mean fired.
If they do introduce something *like* the 7D that's full frame, it would have to be named something else.
Like 5D Mark III.
Wisely said! I have come to the conclusion that those requesting a full frame 7D (a camera with the 7D's performance, except full frame) either want an inexpensive FF camera, or want something like the 1DX. The 1DX costs nearly 7,000. If the 7D were an inexpensive full frame, it would probably shoot at about 2 FPS. The 5d MK II is an inexpensive FF. And it STILL retails for more than the 7D, with a lot less performance, other than a larger sensor.
APS-H will still make the 7D prices skyrocket. AND will still kill the lenses. Those who ask for a FF 7D need to seriously figure out what they are really looking for. In some cases, I think they are merely trolling.
Those interested in the 7D as APS-H are looking at things more realistically than the FF crowd, but still, APS-H kills what the 7D is all about.
The 7D is an APS-C camera. And that's how we love it!