R or R6 - Help me Decide
So I've finally decided to take the leap to the full frame world (I should have just skipped the XT-20). At first, I was adamant on getting the 5DM4 but after research, I've been convinced that canon's new full frame mirrorless cameras (R, R6 and R5) are superior to the 5DM4. I just liked the superior build of the 5DM4 and the optical viewfinder but most users of the 5DM4 have convinced me that the new mirrorless cameras are the way to go.
So the RP, R, R6 and R5 are priced at $1250, $2200, $3200, $5200 respectively. The R5 is definitely out of budget and probably more than I need. I've narrowed it down the R or R6 but they are still $1000 apart.
To me, the primary benefit of the R6 over the R is the IBIS and more advanced autofocus and the only negative is really just the lower mp. If the AF is significantly better in the R6 and the combination of the IBIS will leave with me with significantly more useable pictures, I think investing the extra $1000 would be worth it. How does the AF in the XT-20 compare to the R and R6? In addition, I believe the R is the first full-frame mirrorless camera by Canon. I got burned buying the EOS M when it first came out and since the "R" is also their first "test" version, I'm a bit worried that it won't live up to expectations. For what it's worth, nowadays I shoot predominantly indoors with less than optimal lighting and generally of the kids running around the house.