OK so I have the NEX 7 and the two "Standard" zooms, how is it going so far? The camera basically seems OK although it is a lot of learning if you want to use the full features. It does feel more like an interchangeable lens point and shoot than a genuine replacement for a DSLR but that is pretty much to be expected. Having said that the feature set is, maybe overly, huge. I have to say the EVF is just about OK, absolutely no substitute for an optical viewfinder and far too busy with info, maybe I can change that somehow. Both the lenses seem adequate but again not really in the DSLR category that I am used to. I still am looking to buy the 50mm which sounds OK but definitely not the 30mm Macro which I have discussed before, too short and poor reviews. Now we come to the worst item, the RAW converter software supplied, it's slow, poorly specified and IMHO not what you would expect with a camera of this price. Come on Sony what are you playing at. Having spent years using DPP from Canon I am so disappointed with this. I would welcome any suggestions but it would seem I might have to buy something from Adobe. Meanwhile it's going to be a quick conversion to TIFF and then DPP or Photoshop to do all the real work. I really don't want to shell out on CS6 so maybe Lightroom will be the answer. HELP! I really want to like this camera, it has a lot going for it but at the moment it is let down by slightly substandard lenses and software.