As an owner of the 1DX Mark II, why would I pay $6500 if the resolution is only bumped to 24MP? I have to believe MANY other 1DX Mark II owners feel the same way. I photograph a lot of birds in flight and the Achilles Heel of the 1DX Mark II has always been the autofocus system, which is why several long time bird photographers have left Canon. A big improvement in the autofocus system is needed just to get even with the competition. Merely catching up to the competition with an incremental release is not reason enough to pay $6500. More resolution, much better autofocus system, better high ISO performance, better HDR capabilities, and reduced weight are just a few of the things that must be addressed to merely stay relevant. I'm trying to remain optimistic and get excited about a 1DX Mark III, but 24MP is no where near enough to get me to part with $6500 of my hard earned cash.