That's a very compelling argument made for the Sony A65. But like I said, the specs as far as still photos are concerned are tilting more towards Canon 60D. The cross type sensors for this kind of money is what I would want. Along with the benefit of lots of extra shots with battery life, a nice pentaprism viewfinder. The OLED or electronic viewfinder is also nice on Sony, but that as the author says is very debateable point and I agree. Most professional photographers would still prefer the pentaprism, which is a fact. Live histograms is not a feature most of us would use, unless I think if we are into selling images for a living. Again live histogram can be seen on the camera display TFT and one need not always have it in the viewfinder. I still think lens and body combinations are much better on Canon. By the way I am not a Canon or Nikon fanboy. If found in reasonable price (like in US) I will go with a Pentax like the K-5IIs. (a hugely underrated brand with some best camera hardware) When you buy a camera you also buy a lens system for it. Sooner or later if the body develops problem or you are willing to upgrade or sell and get max. value for your entire photogear, Canon and Nikon will be a better choice. Should you want to keep some of it and upgrade to more lenses and better bodies, the Nikon and Canon will again be a better choice. The idea is to retain the lenses forever or upgrade them only when needed or if better lenses are available in deals.