I currently own a D80, SB600, 18-200VR, and a 35 f1.8dx. The camera performs admirably and is likely still well beyond my amateur ability to max out its capabilities.
With that said, I've become really hooked on recording HD movies with my Canon HF200. Unfortunately, it lacks the DOF and low-light performance, limiting my creativity options. I am also about to become a Dad and would love to be able to take candid shots of my daughter in low-light; my HF200 just doesn't cut it.
I was all set to buy a Canon 7D and some nice L-glass zooms and primes but then I found this site. Now I'm torn because it sounds like Nikon might be releasing some new cameras this year. I'd absolutely love to stay with Nikon and would gladly move up to a "pro" level camera, like a D700 replacement, assuming it offered 1080p, external mic input, etc. Back when I was looking at the D70, I secretly always wanted a D200 for the durability/ruggedness, so cost isn't too much of a concern - though something in the D3S price range is a bit too hard to justify. :)
I keep hearing that June is the next most opportune time for Nikon to announce a new camera. Sorry if this is a silly question but is there a significant Nikon event in June? What is the normal time-to-market after Nikon announces a new product?