I am not sure why so many people out there think that unless your lenses are white or have a red stripe around the end of the barrel that they suck.
I have the 7D and I have used and currently own EF-s lenses. One of my favorites that I will never get rid of is my 60mm EF-s macro. Note, I also own the 100mm EF macro and if I had to choose one I would keep the 60 over the 100. It is light, easy to use and extremely sharp. I love using it for macro work as the DOF is greater than the 100mm and 180mm, something i find very useful in 1:1 macro photography.
Now, if you choose not to use EF-s lenses than so be it. But Canon has proven that they are going to continue to support the EF-s format for a quite a long time and I have no reason to believe that they are going to make the 7D2 APS-H or even FF. It does NOT make for a good marketing choice.
Don't think Canon cares about customers and their needs in hoping to upgrade? Belive it or not, thousands
of current 7D customers currently own and use EF-s lenses and Canon WILL target those people if and when they release an upgrade. Heck part of the beauty of upgrading TO the 7D was BECAUSE many Xti, 40D, 50D, Xsi, T1i, etc... owners HAD EF-s lenses!
The 7D2 will remain APS-C and will remain the top choice APS-C camera body. However, I DO believe that Canon will hold off on the 7D2 for a while longer for two reasons, they 1) hope to release a 5D2 replacement soon and 2) hope to intoduce a large MP FF to the mix. The V2 firmware upgrade was to keep current 7D owners happy until that time.
Photo was taken with the 7D w EF-s 60mm macro
, hand held.