I was about sold on upgrading from my T3i to an 80D (although the name sounded like it needed ritalin). But rumors of a 6D successor were about, so I decided to wait and then see which I wanted. That is when I came to this site to follow rumors. I don't ever underexpose by five stops (at least not on purpose), so I have not regretted getting the 6D2. I will bracket and merge shots in Photoshop when dynamic range is beyond what just about any camera can handle well, such as back-lighted landscapes near sunset and dark stone church interiors where I want interior detail without washing out the colors in stained glass. I've also been pleased at how usable ISO 3200 often is. I've not ever had occasion to want autofocus to hone in on a corner of the frame, so the main complaints about the camera don't seem to apply to me. Other than murals on roll paper I do from panoramas, I don't print on paper larger than 13" x 19", so there is plenty of resolution even with some cropping. I try to compose the picture properly in the viewfinder anyway, so not a lot of cropping is typically needed, certainly not on anything I like well enough to print and hang on the wall. YMMV, of course, and if your needs differ much from mine, you most likely know who you are.