The LX100 proved that Panasonic at least sees the use of putting a micro four thirds sensor in a fixed lens compact. There is enough of a market for single focal length premium compacts, and I think Panasonic (or Olympus!) could do it really well. Here's what I would want: Some rejiggering of the 20mm f/1.7 lens. I'd like something just a little narrower than a 17mm, and the venerable 20mm needs a reboot. Panny could inset the lens a little into the body to save room and perhaps even have the luxury of designing a new AF system that doesn't move the whole darn internal lens assembly (resulting in slow AF). Metal build like the LX100 and GM series cameras, could be a little chunkier to accommodate sensor and lens (match up with the size of the X100 series, maybe a tad smaller). Shutter speed and aperture dials/ring would probably be a must for the retro crowd. Sensor from the GX85 (no AA filter) and - hopefully - the same 5-axis IBIS. I know this is part of the reason the GX85 is chunky and a little heavy, but it's worth it. Nice EVF... I personally don't mind the GX85 one, but if they could fit the GX8 EVF that would be even better, perhaps even an articulated EVF? Same tilting LCD as the GX85. Put this out at maybe $200 under the top X100 model's release price. I'd kill for it! What say you to this daydream?