Douglas Brown said this in his review,
"You’ve heard of Yoga’s Downward Dog position. Well, now there’s the E3 owner’s Claw of Death position to add to the pop culture lexicon. This occurs when you are simultaneously required to hook the grip of the camera with your index finger, curl the fore finger backwards at an awkward angle to reach the undersized exposure comp button while reaching way out to the control wheel on the back of the camera with the thumb to actually dial compensation in."
This created much controversy, as he did not mention that you can set the dial so that exposure compensation can be simply dialed in by turning it. Also, he did not mention that you can set a lag so that when you press a button (sticky buttons) you can take your finger off and then dial in the change.
In the Olympus DPR Forum he indicated he would take a look again at the E-3 and then amend his review to reflect these options. As afar as I can tell this has not yet been done. I hope it will be done soon!