Once upon a time I was an avid 35mm SLR user, but I have gone digital (and gotten lazy) and I have been using digital point & shoot cameras for several years now. My current Nikon P3 has a lot of miles on it, so I am looking to replace it before a planned trip to Japan in June.
I have sorely missed having a viewfinder, and the ability to carefully frame a composition that I had with an SLR. I've also been wanting better wide angle and telephoto capabilities. But as I said, I have gotten lazy and I really don't miss lugging around a big bag with multiple lenses.
So, I have looked at the Nikon D60, but I am leaning towards keeping it compact (and less expensive) and going with one of the new Superzooms instead. I like the Nikon P90 with it's 24x zoom, but I'm also considering the Canon Powershot SX10 IS and the Olympus 590UZ.
I would love to hear your thoughts on the title question, or on any of these camera models in particular :0).