A friend has asked for help deciding on a camera. I am steering her toward mirrorless because I see no reason for her (photo novice) to lug around a DSLR. Why buy a Canon Rebel (which I own and love, btw) when you can get a nice mirrorless and some awesome, relatively inexpensive lenses? She has a baby on the way. Her criteria: Budget of around $600. Pocketability not super important. Prefers to have a viewfinder. Prefers to be able to do video. I recently bought a G5 + Oly 45/1.8 and have been very happy with the price, performance, etc., and I will recommend the G5 to her, but I don't want to miss other good options if there are any. Being new to mirrorless, it seems to me that there aren't that many that include EVF and aren't in the $1,000 range. (The G5 is now down to $400 + $50 gift card from Adorama.) I'm assuming my friend will want a good portrait lens as well, given that she has a baby on the way. Feedback welcome! Again, I am new to mirrorless, so it's hard for me to feel like I'm giving my friend a complete set of recommendations. TIA.