Hello all, I've been looking around to buy a new camera and as many others, I'm really liking the Sony RX100. Though, I'm far from a professional photographer, (I own a base Sony point and shoot atm), I would like to learn more about it. I've been taking photos for a few years now (mostly vacation photos), but now I want to invest in a better camera which allows me to be more creative with the settings. With this hobby, I would like to get the Sony RX100, because it's compact while it still can take quality photos. I've also looked into the NEX cameras, but since I don't own any lenses (or E mount for these types of camera) and I don't intend on buying any lenses, RX100 seems perfect for me. Plus they are a bit big for my taste. I've seen the Sony RX100 II, while this camera has a few improvements over the RX100, I don't see my self really needing them. The movable screen is nice, but I've never noticed needing it with my current camera. As I don't intend on buying a external mic or flash, the hotshoe is not of necessity. Though it does take better night photos. But overall, I think the regular RX100 would fit me better and I don't see my self paying more for the mark 2 for stuff I don't really need. My question is, should I wait for the real RX100 successor and what do you think it's improvements would be over the RX100? I'm not in a hurry to get a camera, so it's not a problem for me to wait for the next release. June 2014 I guess, since Sony unveiled the Mark 2 in june 2013. I'm guessing Sony would add a touchscreen which lets you tap to focus, and maybe a few more things. What do you guys think? Thanks in advance.