Hopefully I don't start a firestorm here, but I am looking for some feedback on a potential mirrorless camera purchase. I can search all day long, but all that does is make the choice harder. As a quick background, my first large sensor camera was the Sony Alpha a5000. I loved a lot about that camera, but the lack of a viewfinder made it harder to use outdoors--though I still had pretty good results. I ended up selling it and getting a traditional DSLR, the Nikon D5300. I used both cameras for 1 year each, and what I found was that I was much happier with the results of the a5000. The D5300 was also a little too big for me, so I sold it and am now cameraless (I just have my iPhone). I think one of the biggest selling points for me on mirrorless is size. It just makes for easier outings with the kids. My dilemma now, of course, is what to get. My current contenders are the Sony Alpha A6000, or a micro four thirds option, namely the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G7 or the Olympus OM-D EM10 Mark II (what is up with Oly's naming?). I pretty much know what I'm getting the the A6000, as I'll get the optical viewfinder I was needing. Still, I was wondering if the MFT option would be even better. I have large-ish hands, so there is some appeal to the bigger grip. I also like the extra control knobs on the 2 MFT cameras, so with all things considered, it seems like the Lumix would be the way to go regarding ergonomics. Price is certainly a limiting factor. It's not necessarily that I can't afford something more, but I just have a hard time talking myself into spending more than around $500. As for what I shoot, landscapes, outdoor macro (flowers, bugs, etc), my kids. Low-light performance would be nice, but it's not the highest of requirements. I'm hoping to get some feedback from those who have used any of the above. Even brand advice would be helpful. Like I said, I think I know what I'm getting with Sony, so Panasonic and Olympus feedback would be great. If there's another option I'm missing, let me know! Thanks.