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Body & megapixels are so unimportant. And bring on their own problems. If your profile is correct you are shooting a D80? D700 is stellar, and avoids the pain of a change... just to change. Or stay with DX and get a $700 D7000, or a $550 D300... D400 if it ever appears is a DX camera anyway...
More curious, what are your lenses?
The D300/s was my other option.
For lenses I have the Nikon 85mm f/1.8D, Nikon 50mm f/1.4D, Zeiss 50mm f/1.4,
Nikon 28-105, Nikon 70-300ED f/4-5.6, (not the VR), Nikon 300mm f/4, Nikon 24mm f/2.8
I also have these AIS lenses: 50mm f/2, 135mm f 3.5, 200mm f/4
Nikon 500mm f/5 mirror, 500mm f/8 mirror, 105mm f/2.8 micro
I mainly shoot scenic including waterfalls, caves, scenery and some pictures of our 1 1/2 yr old grandson. I am shooting with a 4 yr old D80 at the moment. I didn't realize I had this many Nikon lenses so I don't think it would be worthwhile switching brands.
Like I said the D 300/s and D700 cameras are worth buying. They're both about 4 yr old technology, that is why I want to see the D 400 come out. The D7000 is not really in the running, as I want a better built camera with all functions easily reached without going into the menus.