Well, yes ... but ... you gotta try the D800 or D800E's mind blowing performance.
There is a short but intense learning curve to move up from the D700. Hogan's e-book is superb and it's easy to click to the exact question you need answered. Darrell Young's book also is good but i have the kindle version and answering questions is not quite as easy.
Gator Bob Santa Fe New Mexico *D800E *D700 *SB800 *RRS TVC-24L Nikkors: *14-24 *70-200 VRII *T-20E III *50 f/1.8 *PC-E 85 *28-300 Tamron: * 90mm Macro *