I would either look at the Canon G11 or S90(either will be out soon) or the Panasonic LX3.
I am looking for a replacement for my Sony V1. If you don't know what the Sony V1 is you can read about here: http://www.dcresource.com/reviews/sony/dsc_v1-review/
At first the Sony V1 looks like any other compact point and shoot, but if you look closer you will notice that it has many pro level features. It has a full size lens and can accept additional lenses. It has a hotshoe for an external flash. It has manual adjustments just like an SLR also. Because it is more then just a common point and shoot consumer level camera, but not quite a proffessional level SLR, is has been categorized as a PROSUMER camera. I bought the V1 because I travel a lot and needed a compact camera for everyday use, but also needed the proffessional level controls on occasions. For example, when I was in the arctic there was night when the aurora Borealis was just incredible. There were several people with me that had good quality point and shoot cameras and could not capture an image of them. I whipped out my tripod, adjusted my Fstop, ISO and shutter speed and captured some images with my V1 that even the locals were blow away by.
Now I am looking for an replacement for my V1. It seems like I can't find any cameras in the prosumer category. I bought a Canon SD1100 IS last year and it is a great point and shoot, but it has let me down on a few occasions because of the lack of manual controls.
Can any give me some help in this area? Are there any modern prosumer cameras out there like the V1?