The NEX-7-based Hasselblad Lunar has been an enjoyable camera to use. With its 24MP APS-C sensor, it takes pictures as good or better than any of my long-in-the-tooth DSLRs. Its only real downsides relative to the D200 I do most of my shooting with is that the D200 powers on effectively instantly, has better weather/dust sealing, and has an actual viewfinder rather than a little TV monitor behind an eyehole.
With the demise (or partial demise) of my Nikon P7000 pocket camera, I decided to replace it with a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera that used the same Sony E-mount lenses but was small enough to go in a jacket pocket or the document pocket of my gun burkha. I shopped around and found a used Sony NEX-5T in what was alleged to be "BGN" condition, in KEH's notoriously understated grading system.
nice faster long glass, hopefully in time for Blogorado next year.