Sorry if this has been asked. I am doing my research and have scanned through some threads but I'm in a bit of a rush. I've also asked a similar question about 16:9 screens on the olympus threads but this is a separate question about the usefulness of the tilting screens so hopefully the mods wont merge my two questions... I'm looking into the E-pl3 which has a 3'' tliting widescreen. My problem with this is I prefer to shoot in 4:3 format which means I will have a smaller image (effectively 2.4'') to work with when composing shots. I'm trying to decide if the smaller on-screen image is a good compromise for having a tilting screen so my question to those who have used a tilting screen is how useful is it for normal everyday shooting? Do you find that you use the tilt mechanism often or is it only for odd shot above a crowd or to get shots from down low. Also, do any of you use your tilt screens sort of like a waist-level finder?