Yes, it seems none of these cameras have exactly the feature combination anyone wants. I think you'd find the Digilife cameras are better in indoor light levels, or any camera with a CCD sensor. For you, the problem with the Digilife's is their NP-60 batteries. Though common both here and in Europe, you'd be back to the problem of charging them.
If you buy a camera in Europe, I think you'll find a better selection and more readily available. But remember the charging issue if you get one that uses non-standard batteries and you plan to bring it home.
On a long trip, you will also face the issue of storing pictures and videos as you fill up your memory card. Apparently you can to to photo places and have the files copied to cd-roms, or carry a portable hard drive.