I picked up a used Fujifilm GA645zi, but am dismayed to find out that the internal viewfinder display is not entirely in working order. The frame and parallax correction lines are there and appear to be working fine, but the information display that should appear to either side does not seem to be working. (This is the part of the viewfinder that shows the approximate focus point, exposure information and such.) First question: If the camera is working properly otherwise - exposure/autofocus is correct, etc. How important is it to have the internal viewfinder display in working order? I know that the display is how you can check to see if the focus point is set approximately correct, and there is a warning for over/under exposure, but the latter can be checked from the rear digital display and my understanding is that the former is really just an approximation anyway. So, is this stuff vital, or just convenient? Second question: If I do want to repair the internal display, anyone have an idea of where I should send it? Apparently Fujifilm USA no longer supports/repairs this line of cameras and I my (limited) search did not turn up an independent source for parts. I was completely jazzed for this camera. Should I stay jazzed or try to get the seller to take it back?