In my continuing downsizing efforts for casual shooting, I don't think I want/need any of my old screw-drive Nikon DX gear (I'm still keeping all of my FX gear and 35mm film bodies). I think Nikon's newest line-up of low-end DX bodies represents not only great value, I think they're excellent cameras. Sure, neither the (rumored) D2300, D3200, D3300, D5200, nor D5300 support screw-drive lenses, but who cares? I'll just use those lenses on an FX or 35mm film body. I just compared my Nikon D3200 + AF-S Nikkor f/1.8G with my D7000 + Tokina 50-135mm f/2.8. Not exactly apples-to-apples, but the D7000/Tokina combo weighs a TON in comparison. I like the these newer DX bodies so much, that I I've decided to sell my D7000, and all of my DX glass (I may as well toss in my old D90 as well). This would be my first sell-off of any photo gear I've ever owned (except for my very first Nikon 35mm and Mamiya 6x7 systems). I may replace a few of my DX lenses with AF-S equivalents (e.g., trade my screw-drive Tokina 11-16mm for version II). With any left over money, I'll put that towards a second modern DX body, a new Nikon D3300! I may also need built-in Wi-Fi capability someday--that's covered too, with the new D5300! I think Nikon's latest DX bodies are truly impressive. Nikon's newest, and lowest-priced DX body, the D3300, managed to achieve the highest DxO low-light score of all, higher than any other current or announced Nikon DX body. Probably the highest DxO score for an APS-C sensor ever: 1,385.