Their community aspects were good but I have never liked the interface and the general approach to displaying images.
I've had a flickr account for years but my main hosting site is pbase.com which makes it much easier to actually assemble nice galleries of your work in the format you want.
Fascinating to compare with the LX3 at ISO 800 and 1600--if you look at jpegs, there is no comparison, the LX5 blows it completely out of the water. Look at raw results, though, and to my eyes it is not at all clear there is much difference. Looks like the main improvement over several years has been in image processing algorithms (which is very good, don't get me wrong) rather than in sensors (which is just a bit of a surprise). Since I shoot in raw, and mostly at 24mm equivalent, I still don't feel any need to upgrade from an LX3.