These days we are seeing a lot of new advanced compact cameras arriving the market. Some of these cameras have small sensors and very fast lenses, like Panasonic LX7 or Samsung EX2. There are also cameras like Sony RX100 or Canon G1X with a big sensor and very slow lenses. Just in middle is the Fuji X20, with a medium sized sensor and a quite fast lens. All these cameras are different, of course, because Sony´s camera don´t have integrated nor external viewfinder nor articulated screen and so is the worst in ergonomics. Also the 24 mm wide angle lens of the LX7 seems to be more desirable than the 28 mm lens of Fuji X20. In my opinion, as I prefer to shoot at low ISOs and with image stabilisation disabled, it would be highly desirable a faster lens in the tele end (maybe f/2.0), that also helps to get a shallow depth of field. A bigger sensor would also led to a shallow depth of field, but increases the overall size of the camera and probably diminishes the luminosity of the lens. Also would like a zoom beginning at 24 mm, not 28 mm. This said, what would you prefer for the next generation of Fuji X compacts?