For a long time I've wanted a responsive camera that I could carry with me all the time in pants or shirt pocket, but I've never come across a satisfactory solution. Here is a basic outline of the things I would like the camera to offer: 1) About the size of an Olympus Stylus would be OK, maybe a tad larger, but something significantly smaller than a Canonet, for example, which you'd need a larger coat pocket to fit in. Also needs to be flat or close to flat with lens. I want it to be ready to shoot in a jiffy- not sure something with power- on time and lens pop out would work well for that. A fixed 35 or 40mm film equivalent lens would be about right. 2) Hopefully some kind of optical viewfinder, and hopefully built in, not external, and at least viewable enough to frame the subject. I don't think an LCD screen alone is going to cut it- for me- in outdoor lighting. 3) Good image quality, at least better again than the Stylus, which was OK, but significantly soft in the corners. 4) Some kind of fast focusing capacity, even if it just means setting distance scale w/ depth of field manually on the lens or camera body. 5) Negligible shutter lag (that's most of what I mean by responsive). 6) Built-in meter, preferably with auto exposure. 7) Reasonably fast, probably something that works well up to at least 400 ISO. The camera could be digital or film, and if not in current production, then not too rare so it's easy enough to locate one. Given the above, what would be your favorite and why?