Besides...a plus of the LCD is that you can brace the camera against things and tilt the camera to compose. I have done this many times shooting in low light. Not possible most of the times if you'd have to keep your eye on the camera.
BTW....I think the general consensus of those with newer DSLR's with liveview say they love it...find it very useful for a variety of reasons.
I find not having live view on my DSLRs far, far more limiting that not having a viewfinder on compact cameras. In fact I've never used the viewfinder on a compact that has a screen as I've always found it's always inferior in usage. As unless its an EVF, it's not WYSWIG and is why I always preferred SLRs before digital appeared. I've never understood the appeal of rangefinders, simply inferior to use to my mind and I've had a few.
I actually have an EVF for my pocket camera, but as it makes camera than little less pocketable, I tend not to carry it most of the time and when I do have in bag I forget to use it.