Looking for something that I'm not going to think twice about carrying with me in a coat pocket (or car glove box). My priorities (in order of importance) are: Responsiveness. Good EVF. Quality in good light. Quality in low light. Portability. The main options I'm looking at are the Panasonic GM5 and 12-32 kit lens, along with my existing 20/1.7 pancake, the Panasonic LX100 and the Sony RX100m3. The camera isn't my primary 'serious' camera, so interchangeable lenses isn't all that important. I've been making do with an E-PM2, VF2 and Panasonic 14-42 II, and while the quality is good, the portability is not, which means it doesn't get used a whole lot. I'm sort of leaning toward the GM5 kit, but it's the largest of the three, and the results I've seen from the 12-32 haven't really wowed me. I've also heard less than flattering things about the EVF. The LX100 by contrast seems to be excellent in the quality and EVF department, and quite a bit better in terms of portability, but the delay of waiting for the zoom to extend when turning the camera on and off is something I'm worried about. My cameras are always off unless I'm in the process of shooting them, so a 2 second delay turning it on (or off) would be rather frustrating. A manually-coupled zoom ring would have been ideal. The RX100m3 has the portability aspect strongly in its favor, but low light performance is rather concerning, and even the good light performance looks to be a big step down from the other options. Any thoughts or recommendations? Thanks.