As requested, two from a walk around tonight. There would be more, but my tripod is garbage
The picture of the sign is SOOC, the other is the SOOC JPG played with a bit to try and bring out Orion, but not the other stars.
Sign was a 1/15 sec exposure at f/4.5
This was a 20 second exposure at ISO 500. Next time, I'll raise the ISO, and expose for less time. In RawTherapee I underexposed it by a stop and a half or so, then changed the white balance and cropped half a speed limit sign out. I might have gone a bit overboard underexposing it, but I'll blame that on my monitor being brighter than usual.
Impressions so far:
Extra batteries are necessary, just because of how long it takes to charge. Charging over USB does not help this at all.
It is extremely sharp! I don't have test shots, but I think my Pentax 55 f/1.8 and Vivitar 70-210 f/3.5 are both sharper than the kit lens, but it's plenty capable in the center, and the sensor is fantastic.
EVFs are as useless as OVFs in trying to frame stars and the environment for astrophotography.
For all it's features and buttons it is fantastically easy to use, as there are manual dials for the important controls (aperture, shutter speed, ISO).
I really like it thus far, and can't wait to shoot with it a lot more.