A couple of months ago I sold my Canon 450D and accessories, as after a year or so of ownership I'd not used it enough... and when I had used it, I found it a bit of a handful for what I used it for. The bulk of the thing was the biggest issue for me, as I'm very much the sort of user who like to have the camera with me, but not a burden to carry or look after. A bit more point and shoot without too much fuss etc. I really want another camera however. I take masses of photos on my iPhone and my compact Canon. However I do crave a bit more control over what I want to do, and would like to be able to have some flexibility with lens (wide angle!). I'm after something inbetween a compact and my old Canon - either a superslim/compact DSLR type camera, or a bridge camera (is that what they're called?). I'm really open to suggestions as I'm finding very difficult to pick something. Stuff I'm talking about is things in the style of cameras like the Lumix DMC-GF1, or a smaller DLSR like the Olympus e-420/450. It's got to be small enough to fit in a coat pocket, and be a bit more snap friendly than a regular DSLR. I'm not interested in big telephoto lens and that sort of thing - it's almost all to be used for local car meets, get togethers with friends and family, and generally candid stuff. My budget is £400 max.