No 7DII at all (unless it's FF).
The upcoming firmware update is a clear sign that we won't see a 7DII at Photokina.
But the longer Canon waits for the 7DII, the less sense it makes to announce it in the first place.
The $2000 price range will be taken first by Nikon's D600.
Later, Canon will (very) reluctantly follow.
So, if a 7DII is ever announced, it will be a FF camera, not 1.6x.
I politely beg to differ with everything that you've said here:
(1) No 7D2 unless FF, well it could be APS-C or APS-H, why make a 5D3 competitor so soon?
(2) The upcoming firmware 2.0 for the 7D could mean that Canon will retain the 7D1 alongside a new 7D2, just as they kept the 5D2 below the 5D3, (btw if you want n entry-level FF Canon it is now the 5D2)
(3) "The longer Canon waits..." I think just about everyone on this forum would disagree with that statement as everyone is complaining precisely how long Canon makes them wait for everything!1
(4) The $2000 price range will be taken 1st by Nikon - you are presuming that Canon will launch a 7D2 @ $2,000 and not say $2,500 (recent history has shown that Canon has surprised people with their pricing policy e.g. 24-70mm mkII and 5D3 as well as 24mm IS and 28mm IS to name but 4 very recent examples)
(5) So if a 7D2 is ever announced (there will likely be a 7D2 given the immense popularity of the original 7D), "it will be a FF camera" - great that you can be so positive in your conviction, but you simply do not know this, nor do any of us, which is why it is marvelous to speculate.
The original 7D was the first Canon camera designed effectively by Canon users (5,000 professionals responded to questionnaires, then Canon synthesized the results into what we know today as the 7D) who were asked what they would like to see in a crop camera. In other words, Canon specifically designed the 7D as an additional pro-level (mag alloy + weather sealing, high fps etc.) body that gave photographers some extra 'reach' - even look at the users on this forum, at how many of them have a 7D as a 2nd camera. The 1DX consolidates the 1D series, that leaves the 1D1V vulnerable to be discontinued, that opens a niche for a 7D2.