I have had a read through your previous posts and even back in August and September you were not happy with the 7D and 60D, you now say you liked it, so why did you buy it??
I said i liked it when it came in, before i ever took a shot with it.
You would have to live in a cave not to see that the 7D was one of the highest recommended cameras out there. Plus The review that was done here just about said it was the best semipro apsc camera to date. After a lot of time thinking about the camera and looking at how much money could be saved on canon l lenses over Nikkor glass was a big plus also. No you don't have to be a google expert to find out that 7D is starting to have a big falling out with camera owners every where. The camera defects are starting to show up, like the camera not waking up after some time asleep. But most of all soft focus shots is one of the biggest. All i wanted to do was just share what happen to me over the last two weeks.
As for the photo's we took, my friend informed me that it was several gigs of space and he needed to clean out his light-room as it was bogging down. I have photo's and are about to post them, but as for the 40D photos I can't post. He wanted to re-shoot them to once in for all show what we found. But the 7d is boxed up ready to ship as soon as i receive payment from the buyer when it ends in a couple of days. I just don't know if i want to risk any thing happening to the camera before i sell it, i really don't want to lose any more money then i have to on this camera.
My wife is about to kill me over this whole 7D thing as we speak! I been shooting weddings and better iso would really help alot. But after this loss, i could have just bought the D700 and got about two full stops better iso over the d300s. I would have been alot better off for the same amount of money spent.
Heed my warning or don't its up to you, and its your money. I just shared what my experience was with the camera. It was very hard to get tack sharp images, its the same thing all over the internet, and the same thing me and a fellow canon shooter was getting. One of the best rules of thumb is to shoot your shutter speed two times your focal length for hand holding. But that don't help hardly at all with this camera with out being in direct sunlight.