How are you liking the EOS R?
Honestly, it took a while for me to not cold shoulder it. Right out of the gate when I was looking at replacing my 5dmkii (nice camera, first full frame I need to put back into my rotation) naturally the R and 5dmkiv where on my radar, I opted to save a grand up front for what could be called a 5mkiv "lite" and got the R since it was newer.
I found the R way different than what I was used to, workflow was a real challenge and still is a bit due to me trying to use Linux (Manjaro). Shortly after getting the camera, I had to send it to Canon (under warranty) because it threw an error at me, evidently a cable came loose inside. Never needed to use Canon services but it was a quick turnaround.
Still the camera was more awkward for me to use and I didn't reach for it a whole lot, I don't think it was the 5dmkii upgrade I was looking for or thought it was, at least for daytime use.
It wasn't until I decided to point the thing to the night sky I started to reach more for it for some targets, mostly lunar photography, but managed a couple Galaxy pics.
The live feed off the LCD really helps with focusing as does the flip screen.
For daytime, the camera is usable but still somewhat awkward for me for some reason. Maybe I wasn't ready for the camera, but as I mentioned I've been reaching for it for certain things at night.
I did think about having it modified but haven't decided yet.
I've seen some really nice images taken with it, but found many of mine lack something and had a flat look to them, it could be my processing or running the raw images through Adobe dng converter or using Linux or what not, I still haven't figured it out yet.
All and all, the camera is growing on me a bit more than when I got it. I don't use it enough during the daytime to justify replacing or picking up the new RF glass. It has the potential for some cool stuff like drop in filters and using different lenses.