After being badly treated by me for the better part of eight years things finally started to fall off my faithful D90. It has now been relegated to the role of back-up camera and its place has been taken by the thrusting young buck of a Nikon D7200.
I am still recovering from the shock that something taken at ISO 25600 comes out with negligible noise. In fact, under lights at a non-league ground yesterday the quality of the image (not, obviously the quality of the photographer) at 1/1250, f4, ISO 25600 was remarkable (example below - although I'd not use it at this size). Hard to think that my first DSLR less than a decade ago couldn't really handle ISO 1600 - and that for film it was only black and white (from memory) that could go to ISO 3200 and that wasn't mainstream. The auto-focus is just ludicrously quick compared to those 'older' cameras too - I just need to get the hang of controlling it.