I own a couple of point-and-shoot cameras an a top end dSLR I use regularly. I was displeasure with the huge gap there was between the image quality I got from the point-and-shoot cameras and the dSLR I use professionally. Of course I was expecting that gap but wanted to reduce it and get more quality from the shots of the kids around the house, where grabbing a huge dSLR just isn't practical. I google it and the Rx100 looked the best I could get to face my needs. I got it and now I find myself grabbing the other point-and-shoots I have and not the new camera. It just isn't practical to use! I use them (Panasonic and Casio cameras mostly) in P with flash set to auto and focus point set to center so that I can focus and recompose. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I saw that this was impossible with the Rx100. It’s either no flash or fill flash. In Intelligent Auto I can set the flash to auto but then the AF sets to multi and I have to trust the AF to know where I want the focus to be. Why can’t this be done with the Rx100 if it’s possible with the other low end cameras I have? And I don’t think Intelligent Auto is that intelligent after all. Around the house with low light, instead of firing the flash it chooses to open up to f/1.8, set shutter to 1/30 and then bump the ISO to get the exposure right. Of course with this settings it gets lots of motion blur and a shallow depth of field which is not the right choice for low light and moving subjects (kids). Obviously I could fiddle with the camera and put in A or S and turn on or off the flash myself but for that I would use the dSLR. I wanted a point-and-shoot camera I could set to P and done. I don’t understand how this was not mentioned on none of the dozens reviews I red about this camera. Am I missing something here or is this something you came across too?