Well, your comments were pretty short and direct...if the below is what you meant, a few extra words would have helped clarify.
Yes, I apparently have that problem. Nothing seems to help, though.
One of the best 5D III upgrades over the 5D II was getting the same overall ergonomic design and button placement as the 7D.
I have never really felt comfortable with the 7D cameras that I borrowed. I don't know ... but that's just personal opinion, just like my feelings about the 1D series. Now that
explains why I don't like the feel of the 5DIII. Sorry, again, but ergonomics appears to be very subjective.
Canon's decision to put the 61pt AF from the 1D X into the 5D III was probably one of the best decisions they ever made.
Agreed. Which begs the question, for me at least, of why they didn't put the 19-point AF of the 7D into the 6D camera? Because if they had, I'd be sitting here with a 6D right now.
Well, you at least seem interested in learning about how we view business.
Yes, I am very interested, because our two "cultures" have very different business models. And what you say about the relationship between business and government is very interesting. It makes me realise that us here in South Africa are pretty much better off than you, even considering all our other problems. Over here, government offers incentives and reduced taxes and all manner of things for all businesses ... from single-owner start-ups to multi-national conglomerates.