My favorite camera of all time has been the Sony TX5. I take it everywhere. It's been around the planet 3 times. Sadly, the years have not been good to it. The elephant stepping on it this year was the turning point. Now the shutter will only fire about 50% of the time I push the button. I need a replacement. I want the RX100 but I refuse to pay full price. So I need a replacement until the RX100's price comes down. The problem is that I need great low light. The TX5's handheld twilight mode is phenomenal. I've been thinking about the XZ-1. The price has really come down. How's it's low light? I've had the LX5 and even with the bright lens, it didn't come close to touching the TX5 in low light. It didn't make the cut. Or should I simply get a 14mm lens for one of my GF2s and use that until the RX100 is more affordable?