Not waiting for a "fix" for moire. The term that was used was "issue". And it remains so. It does appear that general opinion leans toward it not being a problem and goes on to develop a sub argument that there is not enough difference in sharpness to warrant a purchase of the E over the base 800. It is hard to remember the last time a Nikon body has generated so much discussion. If the need to read the word "fix" in place of "issue" exists, feel free to do that for the focus problem. That needs a "fix." The portion of your comment that caught my attention was that about having moire in your 800. I have generally not heard that mentioned. In the final analysis, I think that technology has brought us to the point that we can identify problems that are not really problems in the real world.