I'm starting to think following Kenmore Camera on Facebook is a very bad idea. Saw they just got them in yesterday while I was shooting my Equus press car and helping my friend film for DrivingSports.TV. I was close by so stopped by to check it out - they had a GX7 and E-M1 too but those sold before I got there, fortunately for my bank account. Played with the QX100 a bit and walked out with it. Haven't had time to shoot too many things yet but my initial impressions are good. It's pretty compact and good build quality. The Playmemories app is a bit lacking but I'm hoping Camera360 will address the lack of manual controls when that's ready. My major gripe is the inability to set your own WiFi password. It is printed on the back of the battery compartment but I'd rather set my own. Otherwise NFC works great (with my HTC One at least). Just launch the Playmemories app, turn on the QX100 and tap it against your phone to get it to connect. You only have to enter the WiFi password the first time you connect it. I don't notice any lag issues but I have it save images to the camera only and I manually select which images I want to copy over. It does look a little bit silly attached to my phone but doesn't bother me that much. I'm trying to think of new ways to photograph my children why they're sleeping without having to crouch and get into awkward positions. Also dug out my tiny Joby Gorilla pod that's perfect for it. This will be my main travel camera now when I go to tradeshows and automotive launch events since its perfectly adequate for my day-time photography needs. My GH3 will still be my main camera though - the QX100 is a toy for my wife and I . Here's the only sample shot I have from it. qx100 test by tuanies, on Flickr Let me know if you guys have any questions / concerns of it. I think its a cool concept and just had to give it a shot since I found the camera in my HTC One a bit disappointing.