For nearly 50 years I always carried a Minox in my pants pocket; first a IIIS, then a C, and finally an LX, until getting film and decent processing became difficult. Eventually 35mm cameras came down to a size and weight so I switched; first a Minox 35, (unfortunately unreliable), then an Olympus XA. Finally, nearly 20 years ago I went digital with Minolta and now with a choice of SONY (T100 is my current baby/RX100 in its various iterations is too big and heavy for my pockets, and also too obvious to use when I don't want to be noticed). Although I have a freezer full of Minox 9.5mm films in various speeds, I gotta admit that I'd really like a true digital IIIS or LX. It doesn't even need a digital view screen -- the bright-line finder is just fine for me. I'd even settle for commercial processing with high quality reasonable cost scans. Guess it's all wishful thinking -- BUT if I should hit the lottery....!