I have had 3 Panasonics TZs. The first was a TZ5, then a TZ10 and now aTZ20. The TZ5 took lovely photos and especially with flash and low light. The flash ones were warm with a yellowish hue and the depth of field that was amazing - around 9 meters. (I have photos I can upload to show you) Even in low light, the photos came out as you saw them, warm and with a yellowish light, like in candle light. The TZ 10 ,however, doesn't have the same depth of field on the flash and in low light the photos are not a warm as the TZ5. The TZ 20 was really disappointing in this field . The depth of field on flash is minimal and all the photos in low light come out really cold and white, nothing like what you see. I even tried to use one of the pre-sets, candle light, but the photos come out in reduced size. When you switch on in the TZ20 to take an indoor photo you see the camera staring up and a lovely frame of the scene in its true light comes into view, but then it goes on to show a cold, white photo. Is this due to a white balance setting as I have it on automatic and have never changed the factory settings in any of the cameras. My question is this!!!! Will the TZ25 give me better results in these two fields, flash and low light???? Better than the TZ30, as the TZ25 has a different sensor to the TZ30, it is from the FZ105 and not such a high megapixel rating??? Also on the new cameras, TZ25 and TZ30, the video has been changed to MPEG4. Does it still have VGA format and HD as I know you get 1080i in the AVCHD format, but then this does not work on making sideshows with Memories on TV!!! Is it worth the change to a TZ25 to recuperate the good flash and low light photos??