Here are two sections of the red leafy cloth in the Imaging Resource ISO 200 sample for the 7D2, processed using DPP 4.1, default sharpening, no noise reduction, then cropped in CS5 at 200% view. The top section is from the top right corner of the cloth, which I thought was a generally worse-looking area when I previously processed the sample, and the bottom sample is from the area I thought looked better when I previously processed it for comparison to the 6D sample (it's a smaller section of the same area shown in the second image below, which has the 7D2 on top and the 6D on the bottom). I applied a levels adjustment in CS5 so the details would be more visible. The second image is the same comparison I previously posted between the 7D2 (top) and 6D (bottom), processed through DPP 3.14.41. I think the only real difference between the 4.1 image on the left and the 3.14.41 image on the right is contrast; the level of visible detail appears to be the same.