As a sort-of photographer of a certain age, I am glad to see that Fuji (I suppose I should note that I never have owned a Fuji camera) seems committed to providing a nice viewfinder. I am looking for a new camera and leaning ever more toward the X20, as it seems to have the balance of size, image quality, and flexibility (that fast, high-quality zoom lens!) that I have been holding out for. I never liked the idea of having to put on my glasses to look at the LCD screen, then take them off to look at what I actually want to photograph (sort of defeats the purpose of things like fast autofocus), and because I can only take pictures as a side note to doing something else--so the camera is something extra, not my reason for doing whatever I am doing--a DSLR is too bulky and sometimes simply out of the question, as is a four-thirds with a lens. Also, it's easier to hold a camera steady when it's up to your eye rather than held at arm's length. But here's the thing: why an OVF that only covers 85% of the capturable image? Why not the full size or, better yet, 110% And if that isn't doable, is there some technical reason that an EVF (or that hybrid that people rave about in the x100) can't work?