I had a GX-100 briefly last summer, but hardly got to grips with it before it got involved with a complex noctilux swap and disappeared from my life.
Using the D-lux3 (which I love), reading this forum and Sean Reid's reviews made me interested again. Then Aperture 2 came out so the RAW files are now supported. The final straw was a trip to focus on imaging in the UK - the GX-100 was on a special deal, and ten minutes playing with a DP-1 convinced me that I really didn't want one.
So - it kind of slipped out of my bank account and into the bag!
It's much more fun than I remembered - great for black and white, great for macro, and the image stabilisation really seems to work.
here are a few first photos:
a chaotic kitchen at 400 ISO :
Anemones at 1/10th second - tungsten light, auto WB f2.7
Camelia at 1/6th second - again, artificial light AWB
Oranges and a wrinkled pepper - sunlight through the window:
snappy black and white:
All processed directly from RAW in Aperture 2
At some point I guess I'll have to decide whether to keep this or the D-lux3 . . .but there's no hurry