Chuck, I recently purchased a Leica X1 from you all at B & H, and am learning how the camera works. Right now, I'm somewhat torn between the LCD and the viewfinder. I find myself using the LCD in order to focus and choose where I want to meter, but then I feel I can't always see that well (I wear progressive lenses) and so I think - Gee, I really should look through the viewfinder - but, of course, if I move the camera to my eye my focus point will surely be off. Sometimes I feel a bit like a turtle, or a heron if I want to be kinder to myself, sticking my neck out to try to reach the viewfinder without moving the camera. I imagine this is just a case of my not being used to the camera and how it works. I know at least three other X1 shooters on here, and may well seek their input too, but wanted to see what your advice might be if you are experienced with this camera. I've got some photographs that are really crystal clear, while with some others I feel the focus is not at all what it should be. No doubt, it's my human error - not the camera's. Any suggestions would be welcome!