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I respectfully suggest that you take your time and really study the complete system you are buying into. For example, the manfrotto 190cxpro3 is only 48 inches high without raising the center column. Raising the center column is to be avoided in many situations because it reduces stability.
You must be really tall! But there are plenty taller tripod models for those blessed with extra height (I accidentally bought one back in the day and what a PITA messing with the legs so could see in the VF).
With ball head and EOS camera mounted it's almost perfect for me, well slightly high if I extend the legs completely. Way too tall if I use a battery grip. I figure they made it for average Italian and Asian male heights. Might be a little short with a P&S but I haven't tried one yet. Albeit I rarely stand and shoot. I seem to spend most of my time sitting or lying down when using a tripod.
I like all my tripods, but between my two Gitzos, one Sirui and three Manfrottos, the 190cxpro3 is my fav due to the tilting center post and quick setup. It doesn't come with a head so if you hate Manfrotto heads you don't have to use one on it (I have assorted non-OEM heads on most of mine). If you do have a decent Manfrotto ball head, it takes all of 3 minutes and a 4mm hex wrench to convert to Arca by unscrewing the platform from the ball stem attaching an Arca clamp. Of course, if you want Arca, I'd start out with a head with the clamp you want from the getgo. My top picks would be a Kirk, RRS or Acratech depending on the legs.