I've had my first dslr for about a week, and one thing that annoys me is how the AF points are distributed.
On my old bridge camera, it had 9 contrast detect points like this:
Notice how they all fall on the rule of thirds intersections. I never had to focus and recompose.
But on most (all?) DSLRs, they are distributed near the center like this:
Which means it's missing the corners. It feels like a step backwards for me... I guess I'll just have to get used to it?