I always wondered why a DSLR is so large and heavy - as the image sensor is only two-thirds the size of a 35 mm negative, I thought they should be about the size of an old Pentax ME - the smallest full-frame 35 mm SLR.
Well - here it is,in the form of the Lumix G2 - it does everything my Nikon DSLR does, but has about two-thirds of the weight and bulk. Even the standard 14-42 lens is as good as the Nikon equivalent, while the electronic viewfinder is even better than the optical pentaprism of my Nikon.
The control layout is really good, and it is difficult to fault it - but what is the point of a touchscreen? Still, it does no harm, and its ability to swivel makes it a good low or high-angle viewfinder.