Hi guys... I also posted this over on the sister site, mu-43.com, but I might get more people with the kind of imformation I'm seeking over here. I have both a DSLR and a micro four-thirds kit - and love them both - but occasionally I still find a use for a compact superzoom. This is usually in situations where anything other than a compact is either not allowed or is simply impractical - and I need smallness and zoom range. Currently, I have a Canon SX230 HS, which generally is considered to have the best image quality in this class - particularly at higher ISOs. I have no reason to doubt this. But, of course, this being basically a point-and-shoot camera, shutter response is still just a bit off (but better than such cameras were even two years ago) and I find the zoom action to be a bit slow. Yes, I'm well-aware of the general limitations of these cameras. So, my questions for best and brightest here at Serious Compacts are: Are any you still using a compact superzoom camera? If so, which one? Do you have any suggestions for me - a camera like this with fast response and image quality comparable to the SX230 HS? And what about Fuji's F600/550/500 EXR family of cameras? I like reaching outside of the box and I'm tempted to try one. But they get very mixed reviews. Of course, it may be that I already have the best camera in the class already and this is as good as it's going to get for a while. But I'd appreciate the feedback because most professional reviews really don't answer my questions and general consumer reviews simply can't be trusted.