This shot (which I have to admit I kind of like) exemplifies what it feels like to shoot animals with the P7000. Note that in this case the overexposure was my fault; I forgot I'd set exposure compensation to +1.
Without distortion control enabled, the P7000's lens isn't bad; it looks about the same as most 28mm-equivalent competitors. With distortion control, it's good. Note that the framing on these might be slightly different; it's not a result of the processing.
Like a lot of similar cameras, the P7000 tends to produce somewhat crunchy-looking details in places that aren't around the main focus area, especially at wide apertures. I also found the automatic white balance exceptionally cool, even taking into account the generally cool nature of February light and the shade.
(1/125 sec, f2.8, ISO 200, spot metering, AWB, 28mm)