Yup, got one. For a week or for the next five years. We'll see.
Little tidbits as I am tired and haven't really had much time with it yet.
User interface is superb. Like Amazingly implemented. So many features yet it's all organized and makes sense.
Superb ergonomics- probably best ergonomics of any compact camera I have touched so far, imho.
Amazing leeway for creativity - from all the filters to combining in-camera the intervalometer shots into a movie
The F1.9 prime lens really makes a difference vs other compacts I have used in night shooting.
The biggest difference I am seeing between an Lx5 raw and a Q raw - and jpeg, is the Q can go all the way to ISO 6400 and still keep a resemblance of the colors. By ISO 3200 such aspect on the LX5 is overall, bye bye.
The firmware upgrade makes the Q autofocus in daylight almost as fast, (very very close) to the latest micro four thirds. I would have never guessed.
This is a "digital diana" with the capability to look with care like an entry level type DSLR. Overall, doing a pixel peep with this camera and decry it's not noiseless is to miss the point. More importantly is if overall tone and color are kept for a reasonable print or use on the web, and I think the camera does well on that aspect.
A test snap -