More detail on the cons:
The rear screen is the place where you can change a lot of the controls. So while touching the screen to reach a particular icon youíre simultaneously moving your focus point while trying to change parameters. So after I changed a parameter I would go to take picture using the viewfinder only to find my focus point was in a corner. I also found it infuriating that the rear screen was always in a ďlive modeĒ showing the same thing the viewfinder - I simply wanted controls back there. Maybe Iíd get used to these things but it simply didnít seem well thought out.
Thanks for the review Mike! I'm surprised that the screen couldn't be changed to just show settings - the RP has an "info" button which on any Canon I've dealt with will change what is displayed on the screen. The RP is the entry level EOS mirrorless body though so maybe some corners were cut. I'm still looking forward to see the rumored "pro" R bodies that are coming out. All of the RF glass also looks amazing. I'll be sticking with my EF stuff for now, but I am definitely starting to have some GAS attacks.
Iím still using a Digital Rebel XT! I think Iíve told you guys before, I donít shoot enough with it to justify replacing it even though I could afford it.
Hey, if it ain't broke, don't fix it