The review was quite right in praising this camera; it is undoubtedly very capable. The big question is 'Can it replace a DSLR?' All the illustrations were of static subjects. You say that the AF is fast. I know that. If we look at Sony's video we see the AF tracking a go cart, but they would show a successful tracking wouldn't they? And although it tracked the go cart, how well did it actually focus. Most people with an interest in migration from DSLR, even those biased against Sony, will by now know that the camera is a very capable beast. We can read reviews in several places. What I expect from AP is not a regurgitation of the manufacturers press release, not generalisations, and certainly not numbers (thank goodness you didn't give us those; we get them from DxO), but how well the relevant features work in practice. A replacement for the DSLR will have an AF system at least as good as that of a DSLR of similar ambitions. I am disappointed that you did not illustrate and comment upon this camera as a camera for photographing action. This would include the competence of the hybrid AF in various modes. A key feature of the camera is the 5 axis stabilisation. The ability to deal with translational vibrations as well as rotational vibrations would only be severely tested by hand held macro photography. Where was it? Please don't tell me that there wasn't enough space. A link to the manufactures web site would occupy one line and remove the need for much of the printed review. The space saved could then be used to address the debateable issues.