How quickly I forgot why I love my camera so much. We had plans to go to the fair last night and after thinking about it I just didn't feel up to taking along my DSLR (Nikon D90) for various reasons such as: Didn't feel like carrying it. Didn't want it in the way when trying to fumble around with my 3 young kids (6,2,1). Worried about something happening to it (food/drink mostly). I decided to settle on my 3.1 megapixel camera built into my phone, and as a backup my 'old' Fujifilm f45fd point and shoot digital that is now my wife's camera, after all - I loved this thing when I got it. Well I have to say I regretted my decision, why? SLOW! From start up to taking a photo felt like an eternity, and not only that but it took several seconds between shots. Also, there's no viewfinder - odd that I look at this as a negative now since it was a huge selling point when I bought it... wow, look at that big LCD display! Last but not least, very limited control. Needless to say, when we got home I quickly grabbed my Nikon, held it close and went to take some photos. Lesson learned. From now on I may remove the grip and grab my 50mm lens to make things more compact and light, but I'll never leave home without it again. I know, never say never... but I'll work on it!