Note that her color here appears to be a bit washed out; this is due to the T20's flash being a bit on the bright side. 8-megapixel original also has somewhat blotchy background noise, utterly unlike the Nikon.
This masculine beast appears rather ferocious, but is in fact the biggest cuddler of them all. Anyway, the T20 appears to do fine on details and of course does really well when you scale the product down to web-clipping size. Let's try one last subject.
Sheesh, what a ham. Hey pal, let's try it again without the pancaked ear.
Okay, better. Notice how in all three of these shots, the overall image tends to take on the hue of the background.
Frankly, if we've got infinite setup time and are taking artistic stills, I will still probably tend to use the Nikon. But I'm not hating on the T20 in the least. It's a great AF-only shooting camera, and its instant setup time and monstrous resolution tend to make up for an awful lot.