This is a complete accident. I was taking a few macros of gazania to test the F31, ran across this pine cone, and stuck the camera down next to it. I didn't even try to look at the LCD before taking the picture.
In balance, I think I'm going to like the F31 very much. I don't know its quirks yet, or what post-processing it typically takes, but it didn't do badly at all in my tests. It's got auto-ISO modes capped at 400, 800 and 1600, which will come in handy -- with the F10, it was either auto all the way to 1600, or shut up and pick your own damn ISO. Which is something I prefer to do anyway, but in snapshotty outdoor situations it could get fiddly, and I think the F31 won't bump unless it can't get 1/60 or better, which is roughly when I'd decide to bump it up myself. It doesn't seem as eager to overexpose as the F10; I automatically set it to -1/3 EV, since it was such a painfully bright day (I miss my sunglasses), and it responded by underexposing most of the shots. The LCD will take a little getting used to; it's got that video-camera-ish look that newer LCDs have. Viewing angle matters more than it used to.
I took three times as many pictures today as the crazy dog people did the whole time they had the camera.