Thanks for the wonderful feedback, lots of great information and things to consider.
About the production side, my entire darkroom is geared at 4x5 B&W, so right now I am not looking to switch out enlargers. I would consider the Omega if I were about to invest. Right now, I plan to continue working in 4X5 but will use the 5X7 for contact prints as I am enjoying that process more and more, the 5X7 seems to be a nice size for viewing and the lens kit I have will cover 5X7 as well. Some day in the future I might look at switching out the Saunders enlarger I use for a 5X7 at which time I will have to research what is on the market.
When I am ready to pull the trigger I will contact Jim at Midwest and Jeff at Badger. I had read QT's review of the Canham and I know he ( and many others) really like it and judging form the response here I would say that I would be a fool not to put this at the top of my lsit. The Shen Hao appears to be a take off of the Ebony design, I will still consider this camera. I used a Tachihara 4X5 for many years and enjoyed the lightness and simplicity of it and I know the 5X7 would be similiar. I saw a used Deardorff 5X7 recently on auction, it did not look to be in very good shape but there is something about a Deardorff that is kind of nice, the tradition of it I suppose.
Once again, thanks to all of you for the excellent feedback and input.
My wish list continues to grow!