Removing the D pad on X-T30 a good or bad idea?

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Removing the D pad on X-T30 a good or bad idea?
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I was planning to upgrade my X-T10 to an X-T30 a, but was disappointed to find that Fujifilm removed the D pad on the X-T30, which gave me pause. I have the four D pad buttons on my X-T10 and X-T2 assigned to various functions I use all the time and can't imagine doing without them. I just don't understand why in the world Fujifilm decided that removing four assignable control buttons from the X-T30 was a good idea. Also, I feel the Q button is now in a poor location for me since I have large hands and would likely accidentally often hit it. My feeling is that Fujifilm missed the mark in designing the X-T30. Anyone else disappointed with the X-T30 body design as well?

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