I took my wife to a local outlet mall this weekend, to take advantage of some President's Day clearances. She met with success and came away with a number of great deals on clothes she needed for work, etc.. As we were leaving, I dropped in on the Sony outlet sore. I was tempted to spring for a 50-inch 1080p HDTV (240 hz, Internet-able, Smart TV, etc) for $799. But the truth is, I have nowhere to put it and our very expesnive, solid-wood armoire will only take a 32-inch HDTV. But on my way out of the store, I spotted the Sony RX100. They had brand-new examples at the MSRP of $649. But they also have a number of refurbished units for $529 and a full two-year warranty was only a few dollars more. You see my kit below. The only thing missing is a truly pocketable quality camera with a zoom lens. I've read all about the RX100 and so I went for it, along with an extra battery and a proper external Sony charger that plugs into a wall outlet. But now, before I have even charged up the battery, I'm thinking perhaps I've made a mistake and really should wait for the X-20 and/or save for the X100s. I know - neither is as small as the RX100. I have 14 days to return the camera. But, right now, I'm thinking it might go back tomorrow. I think what's bothering me most is the price. Even with the refurb discount, I'm still paying over $600 with the external charger. I'm just not sure I see the value here. Honest question: Am I missing something? Have other RX100 owners felt the same way at the start but were won over by the camera? Again, I've read the reviews and I don't normally experience buyer's remorse.