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In two years of use, the only real aspect of the camera that causes me issues from time to time is the smallish buffer.
So, until the D7000 production ramps up to fill demand and the D90 inventory disappears, we have the D7000 slotting in slightly above the D90 in the Nikon DSLR lineup.
Update: a few things have changed since the D7000 first appeared. Second, we have an FX camera that's essentially the equivalent of the D7000 when shooting in DX format (the D800).
Both of these things change the equation just a bit.
If you're one of those dual landscape/wildlife shooters, the D800 is the best choice for you.
You get a wide range of wide angle lenses and 36mp of glory for your landscapes.
Still, it tended to be a better choice than the D300 because it shot better in low light and yes, there's that pixel density thing: it had more.