I just replied to a comment that pointed out a BIG drawback of not having a viewfinder--the screen won't be worth beans in bright daylight. I remember once having no idea if I was actually taking a video or not--a Galapagos tortoise moving at warp speed [well by his standards, anyhow]. I literally couldn't see whether the red dot was "on" or not. (As it turned out, I wasn't taking the video when I wanted to be. ) I was tempted to start packing a black T-shirt to serve as a cover, like the 19th century photographers used.Same here, I already have an 15-45 and the deal for the 18-150 isn't that good since it's basically full price body + full price lens + "free" EVF. The white box version of that lens is already a lot cheaper and looking at the grey market it's even less. So for a savvy shopper it's more "half price EVF" and "free EVF".
So I preordered the M6II body only and will see after a few weeks if I actually want the EVF. Hopefully there well be white box versions of it by then
(The M6II release date is also on day 3 of the family vacation abroad, so I'm slightly miffed about that)