I'm looking at the 5DIII and the 70-200IS II and I can't afford both. I'll be able to afford one of them as I save up money and get photography related work here and there, but I just can't do both for a while. Period :P
Now I do own a kickass camera, the 5DII's got great IQ and in a bright sunny day I trust it fully, it's just that it really REALLY sucks having one real AF point. Don't give me the focus and recompose theory because you can't just do that at f1.4, it's impossible. I also lack a "reach" lens and the 70-200 is ace. I love how it compresses stuff, I love how sharp it is, its reach and versatility, the IS, the image quality. It's just ace. I have lenses on the shorter end of the scale, the widest is my 24-70 and the longest my 85. I'd like more, of course.
I don't know. I don't photograph a lot of people, really, and I know you'll say that I don't really need better AF, but I hate that I can't focus on anything off-center, it doesn't come to me as one of those things that help you become better by embracing the limitations of the gear, it just plain sucks. I hate that I can't focus on something a little off center, it feels like it's holding me back.
On getting the 5d III I'd keep the two for tripod shooting, I mean it's perfectly clean at 100 ISO for landscapes and such at night, which I love to do, and on a tripod you can't really miss focus, but I walk around a lot, and... well you know where this is headed.
I'd like your way more experienced opinions on what I should do and why, if possible...