Then I would urge you - as have others above - to think outside the box and go and see and - more importantly - handle CSCs, EVSLRs as well as DSLRs and find out which ones you are most comfortable with. It's not an easy task - especially as photo dealers can be thin on the ground these days - but over a few visits and playing sessions you may start to feel inclined to one make. Try and work out which ones leave you feeling you are at home with the dials & buttons and menus, etc.. Which one could you carry all day with 2, 3 or 4 lenses in a bag AND with a tripod. Which one do you find most intuitive or will sacrifice some of that (accept a steeper learning curve) in exchange for some other qualities. Then it will be time to think about lens availability. Sadly, that may force you to go for second best on the shortlist or may reinforce your first choice.