It would be dumb if Nikon made a QV mount EVIL camera and why would anyone want a B&W only EVIL camera? QV mount was never sold to the public. I think there were only two lenses for the QV camera (the two clillja mentions) and the rest of the QV lenses were just "concepts" and never made. The QV camera was only used by the press in Japan and less than 100 cameras were ever made.
The QV1000C was a video camera that captured digital still images and saved them to floppy disk. It had a crop factor of 4 so thats why they could get that f1.4 with such a small sensor. The 10-40mm lens was actually 40-160mm. The camera was black & white only because back then (1980s) it was faster to transmit B&W images and also the image quality wasn't that good but good enough for newspapers.
That's my issue- if I want a small camera, I don't want to be worrying about lenses, I want it to be as damn small as possible. So I really am not interested in EVIL because it would mean I need to invest in more lenses. Not my cup of tea, but it could be yours. If it's a fast compact with a shorter focal length range but a fast one, I'm willing to compromise. I prefer the wider end anyway.
It's not just that the lenses and bodies are small, it's that the sensors are so much bigger than a typical point&shoot. The new Sony NEX EVIL cameras will have the same sized sensor as your D40 or D300 but in a very small body! This EVIL cameras also allow you to use all sorts of different lenses on them with adapters. Just look at the Leica lens on the Panasonic I posted above. I've seen full sized Nikon lenses mounted to the Olympus E-P1 cameras lots of times.
So you wouldn't have to buy new lenses. Maybe just an adapter and that's it. Imagine if you could mount everyone's favorite lens, the 35mm f1.8, on a point&shoot with a D90's sensor!
Samsung currently makes the TL500 point&shoot which has a 3inch swivel AMOLED LCD screen, metal body, and an 24-72mm f1.8 lens! However it doesn't shoot HD video otherwise I would have bought one.