A little followup on the Sony Nex 6.
Bascially, my wife likes it. It takes gorgeous photos and works well in dim light. It is also much faster than the previous super zoom it replaced. The cameraa and kit lens are fairly compact and packs well. She still shoots JPEG and organizes with iPhoto (edits in Photoshop). We haven't bought Lightroom or Aperture yet. Still waiting to buy a current eyeFi card for more room and to shoot RAW.
Personally, I regret buying it. It gets very little use. The iPhone 5s camera is so good, and so convenient, that the NEX 6 is only used on big vacations or significant outings. And 9 months later, we haven't gotten to buying any additional lenses. The 'app store' and with aspects of the NEX 6 are non-features, and seem poorly implemented and abandoned by Sony. In hindsight, the better money would have been a $500 super zoom camera vs the $900 NEX.
The NEX 6 also has a very annoying pair of design flaws: It won't charge while turned on. It won't turn off automatically, after any period of inactivity. This means that if you turn it on to transfer photos to the computer and forget about it, when you come back 3 hrs later, the battery is dead. This has bit us multiple times. (It also means the stop-motion app is useless (to me) since it can only run as long as the battery lasts; about 3 hours. Can't be used for overnight runs.)