DPReview posted an editorial titled "The future of DSLR or: how I learned to stop worrying and love the ILC" written by one of their senior reviewers, Richard Butler. It doesn't contain any particular insight that shocked me, nor is is particularly insightful, but I found it an interesting read nonetheless. His basic arguments are that the presumed advantages of the DSLR (primarily AF speed and tracking) are being chipped away by mirrorless competitors (he mentions particularly the Samsung NX1 and Sony a7R II). He stops short of predicting the demise of the SLR design noting that they retain some inherent advantages (battery life, optical viewfinders, low-light AF performance), but he predicts that the days of DSLRs dominating sales charts are waning. Oddly he has mostly harsh remarks for Olympus, saying that the company's positioning of their ILC cameras as a step-up from point-and-shoots "hasn't been terribly successful." He also barely mentions Panasonic except when noting that the G1 defined the mirrorless category.