Like many others here I have a large bag full of DSLR kit. Canon 1D MkIII, half a dozen lenses and a 550 flash, and yes I have one arm longer than the other. I have recently been considering a move to a mirrorless system and feel that the NEX cameras with their large sensor would be my best choice. I regularly print to A3+ size and have used a Canon crop camera for this very successfully in the past. My dilemma is whether to go for the NEX7 or the NEX5N. From the tests I have seen both produce excellent results with, in my eyes, maybe the overall best (inc high ISO) being the 5N. I do like the EVF being built in on the NEX 7 but could get the EVF for the 5N if I wished to. I get the feeling that I would then be best served by getting an adaptor and then some legacy lenses, ie Canon FD, to get the best results from the body. The cost difference between the two cameras would fund a few good used lenses. So, please, any good reasoned answers for which you would choose and why might help. I shoot mainly wildlife and nature and some architecture most often with a tripod.