Now that I've owned and played with it for a couple of days, and getting used to the "joystick" and touch screen, I can truly say that it is much more user friendly for me over my X-T10. The only feature I miss is the tilting screen, but I can get over not having it. Owning Olympus M43 bodies for a couple of years has conditioned me for touch screen adeptness, so applying my 'pea-brain' to learning the X-E3 was really easy. Did I mention the joystick is very handy and can do many functions? I certainly don't miss the selector button cluster on the X-T10, and having the extra room for my thumb is a plus! The viewfinder is perfectly placed for right-eye usage and allows NO MORE NOSE SMUDGING of the LCD! The "swiping" feature of the screen works great and is easily customized. Fuji really put on their 'thinking caps' in designing this great lightweight RF style body. Too bad they didn't include the flip screen though. That would move it to a "perfect 10" from a 9+. Fuji should offer the X-E3 with their excellent little 27mm f2.8 as a kit. That's how mine will be configured 95% of the time!