First time posting here. I recently bought a Nikon D5200 for cheap that needs a couple repairs (front housing has a crack in it and the HDMI/USB cover is missing). My intentions were to convert it to full spectrum and use if for a dedicated AP camera. After doing some research on it I realized it has the Toshiba sensor in it and suffers from bad amp glow especially when modified. The question is, do I modify it anyway and see how it goes or do I just make the repairs and resell it and use the money to get a different model? How hard do you think it would be to resell if it was full spectrum? If I fix and resell do I go for the D5100 (have read they have one of the best sensors Nikon has used and they also have custom firmware available) or try and find a D5300 for cheap? I have heard that the D5300 was when Nikons started to become better for AP. I am currently using a D3300 and it works awesome but want to convert to full spectrum but don't want to modify my main camera. Let me know what you guys think!