If you like weird cameras.... my two current favs are my pair of panoramic cameras: 35mm Widelux FV from 1955, and about 1905 Kodak Panoram using 120 film. Not necc. easy to use, but when I get it right, wow! P&S cameras are still good for the shots I don't want to spend so much time / effort on.
Page on Panon 35mm Widelux FV:
Photo of a Widelux:
A 360-degree pano of Meteor Crater:
Great destination for a GS; Crystal CO:
Penny Hot Springs on the Crystal River:
Local biker bar from May 2007 (from May 2007, burned Christmas Eve 2007):
Uploaded Widelux photo is group at Washington DC's BMWBMW Square Route Rally; I was the keynote speaker and did a book signing - June 2006.
Page on Kodak Panoram #1, about 100 y/o, with photo of camera at top:
Kodak Panoram results along Route 66 this past summer:
Geronimo Trading Post, eastern Arizona:
Oatman, Arizona; on old Route 66:
Roy's at Amboy, California, on old Route 66:
Santa Monica, western terminus of Route 66: