Best sensor manufacturer puts a FF sensor into an affordable body and gets rid of clunky mirrors, you then get the, imo superior, el cheapo smaller batteries (newer ones are larger, last a bit longer but are also more expensive) and a decent lens for under $1400.
I mean, I am not sure how you could be disappointed with this or regret it. Are there better/newer FF cameras out there? Yes, but they are priced accordingly as well, and really unless you are an actual professional or have the skills of one to push a camera to its natural limits, then I don;t see the point in dropping more than 1-2k on your camera anyway. I assume that just like the other anon from the previous thread you are an amateur enthusiast. If so, you likely have no business carrying around a more expensive camera, your understanding of lighting, composition, timing and maybe even just patience are likely to be at a level where any one or all of those things will ruin your picture before it will be a case of "if only I had the more expensive camera". Once you reach THAT point, once you take a picture and you can honestly say "the only way that could have been better is with a better camera" then it is time to upgrade.
Just my 2cts on this anyway, but then it is my attitude towards most things in life, not just buying cameras.
You don't put a regular civilian driver in an F1 car and expect him to do anything other than stall it either, give/buy tools according to level of expertise/understanding.