I don't know when to leave well enough alone. Now as it happens someone in my family has settled a debt with me by giving me his Nikon D7100, which is a much better camera than my D80. It requires lenses with the AF motor built in which kind of stinks for me but ... whatever I'm in pretty good shape with the two VRII kit lenses. So I sold my old camera and even my absurd 28-300 lens to a mate and was going to go buy a nice fast wide angle Nikon AF-S lens to take to disney with me. And I made the mistake of taking my wife to the camera shop. She's cooing over this little mirrorless like a baby dove and when I started playing with one I fell in love. My problem is, it's the Canon EOS M. Apparently they got an autofocus issue worked out of it with a firmware update and now I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy one and only bring the DSLR a couple days on our coming trip. So ... has anyone here done well with a mixed family? Can I keep a Canon in the house without the Nikon getting Jealous? I'm actually at the point where if I have to go all in on one brand or another I would jump ship and go Canon for this little camera. It's got the guts of a T4i and will take the canon EF and EF-S lenses with a (reasonably proced) adapter. The D7100 I got today is brand new, still has the clear plastic on the LCD and the accessories in the box haven't ever been unpacked. I'm sure I could swap this thing (which really is a fine camera) for a comperable Canon and then have one set of lenses to deal with. To be honest, without an AF motor in the body, I have to buy a lot of new lenses anyway.