I stumbled across DPreview's full test of the Nikon P7100, which went up earlier today: Nikon CoolPix P7100 Review: Digital Photography Review My brother has this camera and I have to admit it's a decent little piece. The price is now under $400 (in the $379-$389 range) and with a $150 Best Buy gift card that I received back at Christmas, it could be a compelling purchase (Best Buy doesn't tend to carry too much of what I want otherwise). No, the lens isn't as fast as an Oly XZ1 or a Fuji X10. But it has a 28-200mm zoom range (which I find much more useful than 28-105/112, etc) and tons of direct, external controls in a conveniently small package. My Oly E-PM1 has more-or-less replaced my compact cameras - at least when I have the Panny 14mm or 20mm pancakes on it. But mount anything larger on it and it's not really all that tiny. I am giving the P7100 serious consideration as something to keep in the car or grab when I travel and must really pack light. So... having said all of this... how many other mu-43.com members still use compact, fixed-lens cameras? We know that the Fuji X10 and X100 have their fans among us. But how about more budget-priced gear?