It's a (very high end) consumer camera, therefore a consumer grade codec and such... This is the camera people will ditch their DSLRs for in order to video their children and take occasional stills. Many of my friends or their spouses are making this change.
I'm sure some professionals here will be able to fit it into part of their workflow, but I don't think it is meant to be a professional video or stills camera. Surely there are better tools out there.
What we really need is a set of sharp f1 primes from Panasonic & Olympus at the appropriate 24mm, 35mm, 50mm & 85mm full frame equivalents.
At f1.7, we're only at f3.4 full frame equivalent in Depth of Field terms. If we can get to f2 full frame equivalent (i.e. an f1 Micro Four Thirds lens) then we can finally leave our full frame cameras at home when we travel.
If it doesn't have moire or aliasing problems in video, then it should be my primary travel camera. Would need the pricier lenses though for photos.