I am asking about an organisation / notorious blogger / whatever who use a semi scientific rig to measure EVF lag and flaws to generate figures to compare the various mirrorless cameras. Here I have some elderly Fujis and feel as if I am loosing track of my environment / subjects, especially in dim light (indoors with flash). Reading about "EVF improvements" in the X-T1 in some reviews doesn't mean anything to me, as long as I can't quantify them. Leica bragging about upt to 60FPS refresh rate means little to me, when the displayed footage happened a considerable amount of time before. Also: how few FPS could it be be down to? - Maybe the more interesting question among pessimists. So who is publishing test results about this? - I'd really love to sort what I have or could buy into a big picture to make up my mind if I should for example desire an X-T1 or wait for the X-T2 or even 3 to come out. - Switching MILC systems would also be an option for me, but sitting on the fence doesn't hurt either. Thanks in advance.