http://www.dpreview.com/previews/canon-powershot-g7-x This one really could tick a lot of boxes for me, providing that it lives up to the potential of course. Same sensor as the RX100 series. Lens that combines the best aspects of the RX100 series, fast like the m3, wide like the m3, but with the same reach as the m1/m2. In addition it doesn't close down the aperture as fast as the m3 when you zoom! Touch screen with Focus and Shutter control. Clicking front dial (might be seen as a negative by some, it's a huge plus for me, I hate the RX100 ring) Exposure comp dial, however you view it, it's a third dial to turn. One around the lens, one on top and one at the back. And exp comp works in manual mode. Reported very fast af. Built in ND filter. It does have some limitations from what I could find: Battery life is worse than RX100 (only 210 shots) No focus peaking No exposure zebras Can't bounce flash Unknowns: Not sure if it has an electronic level, but I'd assume so since the S120 does. How good is the lens? How good is the Canon JPEG engine with this sensor? Looks like the lens only turns up, so you can't use if it you hold the camera above your head. Not sure about this one. EDIT: Focus peaking is on the Canon S120, I don't see why it shouldn't be on this one.