For me, there is little to talk about.
I don't have any desire to have a camera system dwarfed by the lenses I want (NEX), nor do I desire to look at a video of the picture scene I'm about to photograph (DSLT).
So, I'm still deciding on if I want to go Nikon and get a D600, or grab a great shape but used a900, and hope it lasts for a while.
Sony broke the system, so I have no need to continue with a broken system, one that cost me more to keep up with it's changes that if I changed systems, AND doesn't give me what I want.
I have no desire to have my flashes become obsolete on the whim of some corporate bean counter, not do I have a desire to try to source second hand Minolta lenses because Sony has nothing like them in their lineup. ( A an affordable F4 range of lenses).
I like this forum, the people on here, and DK's knowledge of photography and the Minolta/KM/Sony line in particular is fantastic. However, I feel like I'm the stuck in a support group for OS/2 after IBM dropped it. It did what I wanted, but it's gone and I have to find another home if I want to do anything more than I'd doing now. Windows? Linux? OSX?
The heyday of this forum was when Sony was releasing exciting new products on a regular basis that fit into and expanded the system that existed. Now they're trying to go for some "unified imaging" division that melds everything into a few versions of P&S or video with interchangeable accessories and lenses. That would be OK if that was the system design from the beginning, but it wasn't and Sony no longer makes products that interest me.
An a700 and couple of a580s, plus even more lenses.