I'm thinking of doing a project around my town, of taking shots in all our local eateries. Many of them are pretty colorful joints. To do this, I'd like to use an unobtrusive camera with a bright wide angle, and that is fairly quite. I'd like to go smaller than my EPL2, so I'm looking at the pocket cams/small sensor. I'm consider the GRD iii vs. Canon S95. The GRD iii because of what I've read about in "snap focus" and also the excellent lens quality and nice B&W rendering. Also, one side of me says I'll be forced to be creative with only one focal length. The S95 because I can get one pretty cheaply (more than $100 cheaper than GRD iii), I think it's still a bit smaller than the GRD iii, and because it would seem more flexible with a zoom lens (though see my comment above about single FL on GRD iii). Has anyone used both? If so, can you comment on the B&W rendering of both for wide angle, indoor shots (even with a bright lens, I'm assuming I'll need 400-1600 ISO). Any thoughts on speed of on/off, lens extension, focusing, quietness and general operation for taking candids in various eating establishments? btw -- I've already begun asking permission from the owners. I realize it's private property.