Anyway, for those who don't know, the aperture selection is on the lens itself, between the focus ring and mount. It's just so damn easy to select the aperture compared to my 50D and 20D,, and other Canon DSLRs I've used/owned. I went home and my 50D felt so ungainly when selecting apertures.
In that case, you'll be displeased with every Canon DSLR currently sold.
The Canon EOS system deliberately discontinued the use of a separate aperture ring on the lens and put the aperture control in the camera body. Canon made the switch away from lens-mounted aperture rings at the same time the company introduced the EF lens mount, twenty-four years ago.
If you want aperture rings on your lenses, you'll need to stop using Canon EOS cameras. There's a good chance that you would be happier selling your EOS equipment and buying old Canon FD-mount cameras and lenses, since those lenses usually had aperture rings. Be aware, however, that most of those lenses also were manual focus only.