Me too, but I'm less concerned about the height than the rear extension - the height will be far less than a VF2 or VF3. And on the GH2 and G3 that I've shot with, it was the way it extended back over the LCD that really sort of bothered me and felt like it was in the way. Of course, the way the camera interacts with it also matters. I actually prefer an on/off button like on the G3 than an automatic sensor like the one on the GH2. Particularly on a camera with a flip up screen. When I tried using the GH2 down by my waist, the proximity of the camera would often tell the EVF my face was nearby and it would kill the LCD, moving the image to the EVF. There's a three way switch, but I'm just dumb enough to get confused as to which setting the three way switch is on. A binary switch so the LCD is either on or off and the EVF is either on or off, is much better for the way I shoot, since I don't move back and forth between the two very much - I'm either using one or the other and would rather decide for myself rather than have to outguess the camera. Mind you, I'm not complaining this a flaw in the camera - its a flaw in ME - but one method makes it a lot easier for me to overcome it! It looks like there's a sensor near the EVF, so that's something I'd have to learn to deal with. Its not a problem on the X100 BTW, because there's no flip screen to confuse matters, but there is one on the new Oly it appears, so I'm destined for confusion again perhaps...I hope the hump won't be too high.