I went to the zoo yesterday and took a few photos (256 in all) with the emphasis on continuous shooting (until I filled the camera's buffer which seemed to be 10 photos). Google has a funky way of doing things that means 5 similar images can be combined to make an animation automatically. It's part of Google's image recognition system and it's rather fun.
The only actual video I managed was one of the aquarium and that was done on my cellphone. Clearly video is something I really need to think about.
So where is my non-decision? I'm still pretty sure that the market for mirrorless compacts isn't yet mature enough to merit spending money on them yet. My current cameras do work. I'm working on selling the expensive flashes and once that's done, all the stuff that will depreciate will have been sold as has the bulky studio garbage. My decision is to sit on the fence for a while longer.