I also got one from Amazon ($250) upgrading from a Canon G9. Allready installed the upgrade and works ok.
Not a very fast camera (for speed I have a D7000), but good quality pictures for a P&S at any price.
The only problem for me has been focusing through glass (in this case better use manual focus) and sometimes overexposure of the flash, but now I'm using negative exp. compensation and works fine.
Lot of user control and options for saving settings. Uses flashes and remote control from D7000. Size is just good to have a good grip of the camera (don't like smallers cameras). If I need a smaller camera, my iphone is loaded with photo Apps.
In general, happy with P7000. I will replace it only for a Nikon Coolpix that uses a N1 sensor. That will be great!