I only took two pictures today and did not really like either. So instead of posting another picture from my archive, I decided to post this picture of my GF1 with some slight modifications to show Panasonic how the GF1 should have looked like.
Th GF1 seriously needs a decent handgrip made out of rubber or leather (how come only Ricoh figured this one out?)and also the lenses (and this also goes for Ricoh) need distance markings for the manual focus on them and maybe even an aperture ring.
And Panasonic, please stop plastering the front of the cameras full of silly advertising stuff like Lumix, AVCHD Lite and so on. I don't wat to buy a camera that only comes with a 'Lite' version of anything and feel the need to advertise it to the world, a sticker would do just fine. Keep the GF1 and the classy 'L' logo or even better only the 'L' logo in the front. Also if it would be possible to put a bit less shiny chrome stuff on the camera is would be much appreciated.
Overall for the GF2, why don't you just look at your LC1 and L1 cameras and simply put a m4/3 sensor and mount in a GF1 sized version.
Now, the modification is simple but very efective, it not only covers the silly Lumix and AVCHD Lite text but it also provides a much better grip. So if you have a GF1 or think of getting one, you should consider this leatherette kit. This together with any legacy lens on the front shows how this camera and lenses for it should have been designed.