I've had my D90 for a couple of years now and I really like it. It's hard to beat the Costco kit.
I am completely happy with my Nikon D7000, can have a few drops of rain and some dust.
Thanks for the feedback, very interesting to hear feedback from fellow photographers on here, its ok scanning google but you never know what to believe.
one of the best things, I think, (as a simple Dutchie) is to have two slots for your Sd cards, one can go only for jpeg and the other for raw pics
Go Canon :-)
I have had a D80 for a number of years and have just upgraded to a D800 and shifted to FX format although my D80 remains as a back up. If you are remaining DX, I would go for a D7000 as it gets rave reviews and you can keep the same glass.
I am using D800E - it is excellent. As a back-up I have D3200 - also good, but autofocus can be a bit slow. That said, I still have D700 and D300S. Must get round to flogging them soon, but only when I am fully confident with the 800E. Useful, in my opinion, to have a DX and FX body. Remember though, that lens is equally important. I use 70-200 VR11 - pricey but worth it for sharp pix.
I've just upgraded from a 10 year old D70 to a D7000 and also treated myself to the 18 - 200mm VR Nikon lens an I'll not look back as it's been worth every penny so far.
It is always my lens of choice on the D80 and quite superb.