Interesting review on the F30, and (indeed) all others on your site - many congratulations for such a good site.
You made a remark about RAW in the review. My recently purchased a Fuji S6500fd, has (I think) the same sensor and adds RAW capability. For some reason, RAW comes out at 12 Mp in the Finepix converter (extra connectivity between the pixels, I suppose). Now, with a bit of experimentation, I think that the results are magnificent. Very detailed, and an almost "film-like" quality, which makes it a very impressive camera for a "small chip" model.
Having tried the FZ50 I thought that it was better to have less megapixels but with each one doing a better job. And so it has proved to be. With a clean image, interpolation works quite well with jpegs, as long as you make allowances for Fuji's over-enthusiastic sharpening (bit of a pity, as from the RAW results it's obvious they don't need it).
Only problem is the files are 72 Mb, which I think is a result of the colour space I'm using.
Nikon DSLRs, film cameras from Leica to Linhof