I think this right here is a flaw in the thought process. Moving away from something you don’t like because of whatever your personal reason should come with the understanding that you are choosing to change and in turn… Well you’ll have to deal with change.
Now this doesn’t mean that there shouldn’t be a goal of ease of use, which I’m quite certain is the goal for banking from the Librem 5, but it does mean that the expectation should be set that it will likely be different.
Short term, all early adopters of any technology should understand that the ease of use piece may not be there yet as it is early in the process.
I understand the desires, but I also know that upon delivery of the original windows phones (using this example as what you currently have is essentially the final revision and far from revision 1) online banking wasn’t possible without significant tinkering as well as many other “normal” functions, some of which weren’t working by revision 3…
My goal here is not to dissuade, but rather to suggest resetting expectations.