My dilemma: my much-loved RX100 has died after 2.5 years of hard use. I've used it as a (jacket) pocket camera alongside my E-M5 system. I've been trying to make the decision on its replacement, narrowing my choices to the Sony RX100iii and the Panasonic LX100. Here's my problem - I went to my nearest camera store and tried both of them in the hand and the LX100 was an easy winner for me in terms of ergonomics. I really liked the direct dial controls and almost everything else about it. I'm accustomed to the lack of a tilt screen on the RX100, and although it would be nice to have it, it is not a factor in my decision. The size isn't a problem either as I only use a jacket pocket or a purse to carry the camera. What is making me waver in my decision is going from a 20mp sensor to, effectively, a 12.8mp sensor. I went to Imaging Resource and I thought I could notice a distinct difference between the photos they had posted for each, although my husband couldn't distinguish between the two. Also, the sample images were jpegs and I always shoot in raw, so it's hard to say how much of the difference was due to the difference in the jpeg processing. What I'm looking for is someone with firsthand experience in making the transition from the Rx100 to the Lx100. How did you cope with the drop in resolution? Did you find it was enough of a problem to reduce your enjoyment of the camera? Or did the other pluses in the system outweigh the difference? Did you notice a difference in print quality? I do print, using an Epson 3800, and only occasionally do I print larger than 13X19. Any opinions would be appreciated.