New: Fuji X10. It's not a large-sensor camera like the X100*, so it won't have the X100's outstanding low-light performance, but on the other hand it has zoom, something I'll admit to miss when I don't have it.
Update: I have the camera now, and the low-light capabilities are actually *really* good.
I like the look of it, very "camera like", meaning it's a machine, not a blob. And apparently it's a dang good lens, so it'll be interesting to see what reviewers say. And it's a 28mm-e to 112mm-e and 2.0 to 2.8, so that sounds great. Still very few zoom lenses are that fast, and the range appeals to me, unlike 12x super-zooms, it has a chance of delivering high fidelity over the whole range.
*The sensor is still larger than most compact cameras', including the one in the Canon S95. Thanks to ES.
tOP also has an interesting little article about which is the best aperture to use, fidelity-wise.