Now, now, I am left eye dominant, right handed, and that settles it! Ha, ha, ha. In thinking this over, does right handed or left handed make a difference in how we do the camera. It used to be focus, release, wind, focus, release, wind, focus, etc., so right/left made no real difference as both were actively engaged. Then motor drives, and finally auto focus came along. I still am fiddling with exposure as I shoot, and this is right handed. As to the eye, I have both open most of the time. And in some cases, I am not even looking through the camera, but out across the top of the lens. Or it is overhead.
Having said all that, the difficulty with a really great idea such as donaldojose offers, is one simple fact. In history, great new products have often been disasters for a wide variety of reasons. Folks do not want to change or they want to change, but in either case, the individual is the one who wants to make that decision. A strangely shaped camera body may be too much to take all at once.
I just picked up my "F" body with a 24mm f/2.8 on it and fired a few shots of the sofa. Then I grabbed the D90 which has a battery pack/grip, and a 135mm f/2.0 on it and did the same thing. What a different in the way the cameras feel. And what a surprise as the D90 hunted around to focus while the manual F was almost an instant focus shoot, wind, focus shoot, etc. But if the D90 had come out in the 1960's, it is doubtful I would have bought it as the "feel" is so unusual when used to the "F". And actually the "F" brings tears to my eyes.
Nissan brought out a ZX300 in 1990 which was way ahead of its time.... Even today they look modern, twenty years later. The car was a big disappointment for Nissan. Never met sales expectations.
Now, about PD NOS. Sorry, you cannot claim that donaldojose, for as you know, the sine quo non of a personality disorder is total lack of insight, another ha, ha, ha!
This forum has degenerated into a really good one! I love thinking "outside the box" and in fact always try to color "outside the lines."