I purchased a Panasonic FX150 for my wife a month ago and have had a chance to shoot with it several times. I'm not hugely partial to the user interface in Panasonic's cameras, but I was grateful for the full(-ish) manual controls, RAW output, and wide(-ish) 28mm f/2.8 starting focal length/aperture. It's stuffed to the gills with pixels - 14 point something million of them - but so be it. I liked it so much, I also bought a similar-sized FX37 for another relative. (The rest of the family thus taken care of camera-wise, I finally indulged myself today by ordering a GRD-II, guilt-free).
It might just have been all the wine, but I really had a lot of fun with the FX150 during a 3-day vino-tasting excursion to the Pedemonte region of Italy (famous for both wine and truffles); my wife had to remind me several times that it was her birthday present, not my latest gadget. Much of the time, we were in fairly dark cellars, and I slipped into higher ISO's with gay abandon.
This one was shot at ISO 400 but pushed up 3 exposure stops in lightroom:
"The Great Disappointment #1"
"The Great Disappointment #2"
ISO 400, pushed up a stop:
"The Guinea Pig"