I would pick the SD20, it is an upgrade to the SD10 and added a couple of good improvements. And it is 5 megapixel which will be handy in case you want to crop a section of a photos and then enlarge it.
This camera has not been a big seller due to its price.
But, it costs more to make a tiny camera than a larger camera.
The camera has gotten good reviews and takes great photos.
With SLR cameras, yes the native (non zoom) lens are favored by the pros.
But you end up looking like this:
I have done a lot of reading over the weekend and I am now seriously considering the Canon SD10 or SD20 since My priority is picture quality and size and I already have a larger camera with a 10x zoom ( and I rarely ever zoom in).
So I was wondering what the experiences on this forum are with those 2 models. From back in the old day when I was working with fixed lenses on SLRs I remember that they were always more crisper and had better colors than the zoom ones.
Is that still so?