I had plans to shoot most of Sunday but that didn't work out as my truck and I were needed elsewhere to help with some moving. Anyway, I was able to sneak out for about an hour and a half on Sunday late and mostly worked trying to figure out the iTR AF system. I went to Kensington as I knew there would be gulls hanging around the docks they pull out of the water at the boat launch for the winter, which provide pretty much constant action for BIF shots. Although I made some progress in the right direction, I am not at all happy with my results yet...still some things to figure out for sure, and the light was really bad for shooting white birds against a pretty much white sky. I will have to say that the camera is awesome and the AF really fast, even while using my 70-200 f2.8 with a 2x extender. The burst rate is pretty awesome too at up to 10 frames a second...shooting in RAW I never even hit a case where I filled the buffer and couldn't shoot anymore, heck, that happens to me with my 5DM2 with only 3.9 fps. I cannot wait to get this all figured out for different situations.