I keep running across mentions of the Olympus jpg rendition, and how much better it is than Panasonic's. When I used the GF3 I was a little disappointed with the jpg quality, things often lacked punch and needed to be edited. You know something's not quite right about your exposure when you need Picasa's "I'm feeling lucky" quick-fix on every photo. Some of that was probably my lack of familiarity with the camera, but still. Now that I'm using the GX1, however, I'm constantly impressed with how good the jpgs look. The colors are much better, at least to my eyes, and my (admittedly imprecise) initial comparisons seem to indicate that the contrast and saturation is a lot better with this sensor/camera. Unlike the GF3, one-click edit tools seem to do almost nothing to GX1 jpgs, which is another indicator, beyond my eyes, that this camera does a much better job. Is there really so much variance between different Panasonic models? And should we stop giving the company such a hard time about their jpgs?