It puzzles me that several of the "Fantastic""!!! (if you believe the reviews) do not have an eye level viewfinder, optical or electronic.
Do that many people really shoot from the lcd on the back of the camera? Those of us geezers cannot really use the lcd for serious work due to failing eyesight.
... try shooting F1 using a waist level finder - or the LCD in live view. For fun I tried it at the Belgium Grand Prix in August - hopeless. In fact the eye level viewfinder isn't easy what with shutter lag combined with reaction time.
Some CSC's have EVFs, while others do not; the ones without EVF's tend to be cheaper and lighter, and some [millions of] people are comfortable enough using the two-eyed rear-screen viewfinder that they prefer this trade-off. There also exist people who are able compose with a rear screen while bracing the camera firmly with arms to torso, despite the endlessly repeated "arm's length" drivel from some members of this forum. (I use the rear-screen this way sometimes, though I personally prefer the EVF at other times.)
I do not understand why so many people keep making these sort of posts, complaining about the mere existence of products that do not suit their needs or wants when there are plenty of other options that do suit their needs
. It is as if they think that every camera buyer should sleep in their Procrustean bed.