I don't think I've worked with a raw converter that takes so long to go image select to complete since I suffered through Nikon Capture. And when I look at the TIFF files produced, I'm certain there's more there that a decent raw converter could bring out. I find the colors in particular to be inconsistent. I wish I could figure out why it seems so hard to control. It's not like I'm a total noob at image processing - I can shoot m4/3 and a couple different Nikons and process the raw files and you can't tell which camera was used. There's something distinctively RX-100 about the output from the raw processor. That's kind of counter to the concept of raw, I think.
Do love the camera. First camera I've shot with since the GF1 with 20mm came out that makes me smile when I'm shooting. It's enough different looking and handling, in a good way, because of its size, that it's fun to use. The whacky zoomy continuous AF - almost brings on motion sickness - is probably a lag in lens distortion adjustment versus speed of autofocus adjustment.
Am I totally missing something, or is macro (or even close up) really limited to the widest zoom setting? That is kind of a fun spoiler, puts me in dangerous dog nose print on lens territory when photographing my puppy.