I read a lot of threads comparing cameras and features. Many of us would claim that it's the photographer, not the gear, that really matters. I am not a fan of extreme positions, however. Given the same photographer, a better camera/lens combo could make better pictures. Many of the best photographers have very strong preferences in equipment. This is especially interesting on the SC forum, where we almost always begin with sacrificing sensor size (arguably a critical part of IQ) for camera size. So, what really matters to you in a camera? Eye level finder, lens selection or quality of fixed lens, ergonomics, etc.? Not the casual stuff here: what are the real deal breakers?