I can understand the feeling, more about not wanting to 'side grade' my lenses into 'R' mounts. I did a presentation at PMA more than 20 years ago about where camera phones would wind up being a 'go to camera' for the masses. I don't think may of the members in that group got what it would do to 'printing and processing' business, even more that digital cameras would do for the masses...but it happened. Kodak stuck their head in the sand, even thinking an LCD 'preview' screen on the back of APS film cameras would hold off digital for a while- nope, and where's Kodak today? Yes, in less than two years I'll bet EVF with match OVF- and with the advantages of metering and focus with a mirrorless design, they will take over. Plus, smaller bodies and shorter, lighter lenses. At my age I'll probably stick with my dSLRs but the future for sure is mirrorless. And it will be amazing, give it time.