Steve, well, of course you can / will! And you'll find its low light/ low noise performance opens up all sorts of shooting situations/settings you may have avoided, or set up differently, before.
Very fast and accurate AF too, but some changes in position and operation of some of the controls (AF mode etc, for example) take a bit of getting used to.
I think the scene modes are an add-on I don't personally use and could do without, but the U1 and U2 settings are very useful (would have liked 4 of them though) - as they truly do store "all" settings you might want - much better than the old custom "Bank" system.
When words become unclear, I shall focus with photographs. When images become inadequate, I shall be content with silence. - Ansel Adams