Waiting for the new D7200 or jumping on the D7000 now?
Waiting for a camera that may not appears seems pointless. You can also assume that any successor to the D7000 will be as much as twice as expensive as current D7000 street prices. Ask yourself if it's going to be twice as good - I would say it will not be anything like that good.
So a D7000 as todays prices is a real bargain for what you get, IMO.
If you are prepared to go as far as twice the price of a D7000 then a used D700 ( FX ) might be in reach.
Like the other poster I cannot imagine you being comfortable with a D5200 after a D90. You might get used to it, but I suspect you'd always have a nagging feeling you're missing something ( even if you don;t find you are missing some of the features ).
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