You know, it's been said before, but it's worth saying again. There are only two good reasons to upgrade, in my opinion. The first is if your current camera quits working. The second, and by far the more common reason, is if your camera isn't doing something for you that a newer/better camera does, or does better. In other words, if you feel your current camera is limiting you in some specific way, and a newer/better camera removes that limitation, then get the newer/better camera. I don't see anything in your post that indicates you have either reason to upgrade. But perhaps you can go through the attributes of the cameras you're considering and see which of them provides the most important new/better features for you.