(This is buried in the 100 topics about "Apple Store Down!" and "New iBooks/minis!" -_-) I know that the small digital cameras have their shortcomings when it comes to picture quality, but I'm looking for a digital camera that I can put in my pocket, and have sharp vivid pictures without too much work in PS. I can fix my pictures in PS if need be. I'm open to any suggestions ... the largest I will be printing my pictures will be 8x10 ... I want to get some framed pictures hanging around my room. I've been looking at many cameras ... the Minolta Dimage X1 looks the most promising but it's also the most expensive ($520) and hasn't been released yet (September). I like the Anti-Shake feature, as I think it would be important in a small camera, hence the other camera I was looking at was the Panasonic Lumix FX-7/8/9. The 7 would be cheaper, but it has battery life issues and some image issues I believe, which have been fixed in the 8 and 9. As for the Canon Powershot Elphs, I've always heard good things about them, so I've been looking at those as well, and I hear that Casio Exilim series have been improving over the years so I've been looking at them as well. Now, I've been looking at digital cameras for a while, and I know that MP isn't everything, and that 3-4 MP will do just fine for printing 8x10 pictures ... however would the larger 1/1.8" 7 MP CCD have less noise than the 1/2.5" 6 MP CCDs, so essentially giving me a higher dpi print for 8x10 prints?