My take on the X-Pro 1: Great looking body, excellent ergonomics, excellent viewfinder (except the fact that it has no diopter correction whatsoever). Rather fast operation. Surprisingly good buffering and write times using 6fps continuous drive mode (after the X100 I was expecting less). Clumsy AF. Don't like the choice between AF speed and minimum focus distance. EXCELLENT LENSES. Fast, sharp, extremely pleasing bokeh. RAW files... Wow, just wow. Opened in RPP, exported as 16-bit TIFFs and then edited in Lightroom they are mind-bogglingly good. When I first saw an ISO 6400 shot (and taken in a really low light) I didn't believe my eyes. Some shots to follow.