Seems many on here take issue with "one" component of this 7D2 camera (and other cameras too) and forget it's the combination of components that work together in a way that improves the final image we produce.
As one less tech-trained than others, I really don't care how the image gets to it final stage - the print. It only matters that I understand the technology and settings enough to get it there. We can do the math, and peek at the pixels, and scrunch one minute mathematical difference between one component and another -- but the bottom line, those minutia differences are virtually undetectable in a print --
Well, now someone will jump in here and say, "Size of print matters". And I'll quickly agree, but will never attempt to create something that's not possible with the digital data either. Know what your equipment will do, don't stretch it beyond its boundaries, and the minutia will not matter as much.
Just because you can quantify it, doesn't mean you must. I've seen some pretty stunning images come out of a 30D with a 28-135 kit lens. Sometimes, it's the person behind the lens that makes more difference than the equipment itself -- so what if it can only be printed at 8x10, it still knocks your sox off when you see it.
Despite that, I'm still looking forward to the 7D2 arriving, but the reason is because of what it will do, not what it won't.