The following article from the BBC was very interesting:

Mirrorless cameras: Photography's new decisive moment -

I use a Canon 60D DSLR with mirror and love the camera. I also have a Panasonic FZ100 bridge camera with a digital viewfinder. I've never been that happy using the digital viewfinder, and tend instead to use the rear screen.

I can see the advantages of a digital viewfinder for things like eye tracking for instant focus points, the ability to overlay other information over the image within the viewpoint, plus other advantages such as no mirror reducing space needed inside the camera body meaning the lens can be closer to the sensor. But I personally would always prefer a traditional style SLR camera because you will never match being able to bypass anything digital and see directly through the actual camera lens to manually adjust focus, depth of field etc.

What are your thoughts on this?