I ordered a Nikon 1 v3 a few weeks back as my interest was piqued when I handled one at the store. After it arrived and I tried to use it, I realized it was hopeless for me ... just too fussy and complicated. I liked the size but the controls weren't what I was after. I sent it back.
But the notion of a 1" sensor camera with an ultra-zoom lens appealed to me as an adjunct to the Leica X and M. Something with potentially a lot of reach, a good amount of resolution, image stabilization, etc in a one-lens-is-everything package. I played with the Panasonic FZ1000 and Leica V-Lux at the store, picked the FZ1000, and ordered one.
It arrived yesterday. I pulled it out, charged the battery, and played with it a bit. Most of it I liked, but the feel is rather plasticky and a bit too big. Then, after making a few exposures, I turned it off and I heard something go "chunk". Looking into the lens, something inside has come free and jammed it, the lens won't retract all the way, and it won't power on any more. Back in the box it went, return label printed, and it's on the way back to B&H this morning.
Fun experiments. I think I'll stick with what I have in lenses, and update my bought-used-el cheapo E-PL1 junker with a new E-PL7 body. That could well be the sweet spot for what I have been after as an adjunct to the X and M9.