Santa (read the lovely Mrs W) was very kind at Christmas and left a Canon G9 digital point-and-shoot camera under the tree with my name on it.
And it is one fine piece of kit, has a flash shoe, shoots RAW and now goes everywhere with me.
Although I can't praise the camera enough, I still don't have a case for it nor any filters...so a Google search lead me to this site that praises Richard Franiec's components for the G9.
Most interesting to me was the custom mechanical release adapter and link to the Lensmate.
The Lensmate screws on to the G9 lens adaptor ring and covers/protects the camera's lens. You can get a lens cap to fit the Lensmate and it has a 58mm thread to allow you to attach filters...which means I just have to buy an adaptor ring and can use my existing cokin filter system.
Genius. Not exactly what I was looking for, but genius!
Update: browsing some more links, I ended up at Luminous Landscape and Nick Devlin's recent piece on using a G9 travelling in Japan...and guess what? He was using a Lensmate and Richard Franiec's grip.
I actually subscribe to the Luminous Landscape RSS feed - I really should read my feeds more, it could save me time going through Google results!