Just arrived Chez T.O.P.—here's the Panasonic G1 and G Vario 14–45mm ƒ/3.5–5.6 lens on the kitchen table*. Everyone I've shown this thing to so far has liked it. It has the most delicious shutter release noise...I don't think I'd mind if Peter King made all cell phones sound like this thing. And I actually rather like the EVF, as long as there's enough light.
(When I showed the G1 to my friend Nick, his face lit up and he said, "Where's its Mommy?")
Size comparison with a very spruce FT3. (Click to see larger.) The two outfits as you see them here tilt the scale at 618g and 990g respectively.
Also just in, direct from the Land of the Rising Sun, some true exotica...but I'll show you that tomorrow.
*Lest you think I'm getting fancy here, the sweep is not real background paper...it's three pieces of posterboard from the school supplies section of Office Depot, taped together. The top of the kitchen table is just too grungy even for me.
ADDENDUM: Here's a somewhat more germane size comparison, with my old trusty Konica-Minolta 7D with its 28–75mm (42–112mm-e) lens. Note that the K-M lens is much faster, at a constant ƒ/2.8.