I still feel a bit of disappointment that we, willing to spend and all, don't get offered cameras that deliver bang-on, nailed-it-every-time, gotcha, wow-impressive AF ability. It seems to me so fundamental. The release of the Canon 5Dm4 brought this all flooding back. Still they say "great when it's great, but then there's the other times". When I got my 7D about 7D years ago, I was so impressed by how fast the AF beep ripped into my ears, the fancy AF options, the fast shooting with AF. Then I checked the actual photos, and how many were not actually precisely in focus, even after MF adjust. Considering how this was practically the state of the art model for AF under about $7,000, I felt a bit let down. Then I moved to m43 with a GX7 and lowered expectations for AF, which I was pleased to find the camera comfortably exceeded. A lot of really bang-on, nailed-it photos, until I released the subject from the head brace and they actually dared to move. I really liked that camera and still remember my times with it fondly (every time my wife raises it to her eye, I emit a faint sigh), but I just couldn't say the AF met my needs. Now I live with and delight in my M5 II, but I would have to concede that I think its AF is not quite the match of the GX7. (Don't get the wrong idea, I didn't buy it to get better AF -- but GX7 vs M5 II is a different thread, another day). I do know that there are top-tier m43 cameras out there today with better AF than mine. But they only offer to close the gap, between what I am living with and the bang-on, nailed-it, wow AF that I am after, they only close that gap by a fairly small percentage. Even the new Canon hasn't nailed it. I pine for the day.