While there are some improvements, the Sony menu system keeps on being unlogically ordered, overly complex and temperamental.
A7 III "mind map" of the menu system:
It is not even complete with its 900 nodes.
You need many clicks to change not so obscure settings, and seemingly connected settings are in totally different sub menus.
Rover, I suspect you are not used to touch screens on cameras yet, but even there Sony is floundering still. My by now very old EOS M has a pretty well designed and functioning touch screen interface/functionality. The new Sony A9 II's touch interface is still lacking in comparison to Canon's first try. According to dpreview, the interface operation on that A9 II still lags (slow response to operating it).Again, in comparison, no such lag on my very ageing EOS M.
Then there is the annoyance still that exposure settings from video and stills carry over... Why?
And then there is the haptics and button placements.
Sony still has not fixed its RAW format either.
And then there are the PD AF lines that show up in backlight conditions in images.