Upload & Sell: On
Man, the 7D sensor debates sure get intense. I happen to be one that thinks the sensor and ISO noise is fine, and it's going to take better AF to get me to upgrade. Probably 90% of current 7D owners don't hang out on these forums and also think the camera is fine now - a 7DII with a better sensor and no other significant improvements is not going to sell anywhere near the volume that a 7DII with better AF, dual cards, wifi, etc. and even the same sensor performance would.
It may not be the best choice to shoot a wedding, but you know what? You can, and 99% of those brides and grooms will love the results. If you need a camera capable of shooting high-ISO sports or wildlife with decent reach, Canon offers you no other choice short of spending $3K on a used 1DIV. It's actually a pretty remarkable camera, and if you need its feature set because you can't afford the alternatives, then you learn to manage its limitations, like any other tool. It certainly is far better at high ISO than the 40D I replaced with it, and its low-ISO images are not garbage either.
So yeah, I'm hoping for a 7DII with rocking AF, dual cards, etc., and hopefully sensor improvements (why not), but meanwhile I'll be happily shooting ISO4000 images of my daughter with my 7D Mark 1.