I had a look at the Jeff Lynch web site. I was not impressed by his review, not at all.
He criticises the reduction in number of pixels, especially for outdoors photography. I am sure that Canon made this decision for very solid technical and commercial reasons: better noise performance and better dynamic range. I'll buy that one any time.
He criticises the articulated LCD screen over a fixed LCD. I don't always use the LCD screen, preferring the OVF, but when I do need to use it (esp tripod shots) the articulation is extremely useful. I would be reluctant to rely on a fixed LCD.
In addition, to use an LCD screen you have to hold the camera at arms length (at my age) - a stupid tourist way of taking photos. I note that most top-end cameras now boast about the quality of their OVF!
He HOPES that the noise performance of the G11 is better than that of the G10. Well, considering the amount of effort Canon have put into achieving this, along with the reduction in the number of pixels, and the quoted figures, I think he is waffling a bit.
Sorry - a bit amateur imho.