Haha! I got a lightly-used (3k shutter actuations) Canon EOS 7D with the 18-135 IS STM kit lens. It was either this or a D7000 but since I had borrowed my cousins 60D quite a few times I didn't really want to re-learn all the functions again, although this camera falls flat on its face in high-ISO comparisons compared to the Nikon.
EDIT: Actually, @Ben your question really made me think why I got this instead of a 760D or just anything cheaper, then get a good lens.
1. I don't really like changing bodies every 3 years or so to keep up so since this is enough for whatever needs I might have in the future (high FPS, mag body, 19 point cross-type AF) I'll probably keep this for another 8 years or until I run the shutter into the ground.
2. My next camera after this will most likely be full-frame. Might as well take one of the best APS-C cameras to try it out eh?
3. In the "oh why didn't you get the 70D, its newer and has the tilty-flippy screen" argument, I don't ever use the screen, probably never will as well. I wouldn't really trust myself with the hinge not breaking. The 3 C presets are great as well and I use them quite often, so that was a good choice with the reduced function (sorta) mode dial. I don't need WiFi (my E-M10 had it, used it 0 times in total) and the touchscreen is something I can live without. Since I always shoot RAW the better sensor of the 70D might have been an improvement, but I couldn't justify the price difference. Maybe the D7100 has a better argument, but I don't shoot in low-light enough to warrant the price increase and the extra learning curve.
4. I love the heavier weight. Even though I had heard many people complain about how tiring it is to lug the camera around the whole day, I've been out a couple of times already and I don't see what the problem is. In fact, I feel the weight gives me an extra sense of carrying a proper camera around rather than a bit of glass with a sensor at the end.
5. I like the way it looks and feels in my hand. I tried a 80D and a 800D and just felt that the 7D had a better grip feel and was cheaper used than the brand new 80D. Also, the top LCD is perfectly rectangular, that pleases me rather than the xxD series which looks like the buttons were placed first than the designers added the screen in whatever extra space there was.
6. 100% 1.0x viewfinder compared to most other Canons with the 98-95% viewfinder. It's nice to see all that will end up in your shot and how the framing will be rather than having to crop it later on if something feels extra or just off.
The only problem I'm having so far is going from a EVF to a OVF is that I don't really know how the shot will end up before I take it and I can't look into anything bright without hurting my eyes, learnt that the hard way when taking this shot!