Looking for some input/advice... I first bought an RX-1 (and love it) a few months ago. Having a bit of buyer's remorse (due to price only), I bought an RX-100 shortly after that to compare. The thought was to return the RX-1 within the 45 day return period (buydig.com) if I found the RX-100 had similar low light performance. (Unfortunately, the RX-1 got a TINY nik on the LCD. So with such a high price tag, I didn't dare try to return it with this minor flaw. A shame as it's otherwise like new.) Prior to both of these models, I have had an a65 with 4 Konica/Minolta lenses (Sigma macro, Konica Beercan, Konica 50mm prime, Rokinon fisheye-all used from eBay). I've been generally really happy with the results. So as much as I love the RX-1's IQ, I am considering selling it off AND the a65 kit/lenses to finance a Canon D6. (I would also be able to replace a few of the lenses with used EF lenses.) I can't afford to buy the D6 before selling the RX-1 and a65. My quandary is this: I am afraid, that despite providing the versatility I'd like, that the 6D may disappoint in IQ or even low light, compared the the RX-1, thereby leaving me with buyer's remorse a second time. I'd love to hear some of your thoughts. (The alternative is to keep the RX-1 and a65 just sell the RX-100.) Please, lay it on me, fellow Sonyites!