That's exactly why I like my Pentax MZ5n (ZX5n) so much: the interface is the same as on SLR of 25 years ago.

The aperture is on the lens (with A), shutter on a knob on the right side of the body (with A). Both on A is P. No functions needs two knobs/buttons, just the one to change the ISO.

Of course Pentax doesn't have all the functionality the high end Canons and Nikons offer, but that's another story.