The only "flaw" I have found so far, that I've read before and did know about, is that the AF is a tad slow, it's definitely not a machine for action photography. I've shot two rolls so far, Fuji Superia 200, and will probably shoot a third and then send them in for dev by the end of the week. Been doing a lot of test shooting, quick candid street shots, different exposure conditions (sky, trees with sky behind etc.), and some shots of the same house/wall with all different apertures, and so on...
Will be interesting to see how the negs turns out.
I'm quickly developing a strong attachment to this camera, there's a certain kind of "feel" using it, it's an odd thing to explain and I truly hope the negs will be good as so far, "this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship"...
If you can get on with the minute viewfinder you'll have a wonderful camera at your disposal.
A/F was a bit 'clunky' on my G1 though I gather that is normal procedure.