To put this camera into perspective, it's about the size of a very small cell phone or about 10% bigger than your average credit card.
I know you don't like cameras, never use a camera, hate to spend money on anything, live with a miser, yada yada yada, but it's an extremely clever piece of kit. I REALLY like it and I'd advise people whose needs are modest (it's basically a very high quality point 'n shoot) and who hate being burdened with a camera to get one. There are lots of tiny cameras; there are vanishingly few USABLE tiny cameras that also produce first rate pictures (this one will make 8x10s no problem).
And, with the coupon in the camera box, I got a Canon Selphy CP710 dye-sub photo printer. Also very small--about 8" x 4". Only prints 4x6 (postcard size) pics, but they're extremely high quality, and that's all you need in many cases. Cost is about 35 cents an image. You plug the memory card in the front (or hook the camera to the printer with the built-in USB cord), fiddle a couple of buttons (what type of paper, how many prints, date stamped or not), and hit the print button. Wallah, a print 53 seconds later. Because it's a dye-sub, there's no inkjet cartridges to dry out because you haven't used the printer this month.
The combo of the SD700 and Selphy printer would probably do all you want for the rest of your life photographically. You should check it out and get Mr. Miser to buy you the pair. Australian prices--probably not a penny less than $50,000. Canadian prices, the pair plus a 1GB SD memory card is around $1,000.