I guess that my opinion, like several others , comes down to the simple conclusion: do whatever accomplishes your shooting goal--and that means making mistakes and evolving your shooting routine. BUT don't forget to take advantage of what you see on the view screen. This is a before-the -shot view. The view on the monitor screen is only the after-the-shot view. AND what you see on the screen is JPEG--even if you shoot raw... Another way of saying that you should take full advantage of your pre-shot view screen.