Hey kids, (WARNING: Most "first-world problems" ever written ahead) I've now jumped between practically every system out there. I've built up a stable of lenses that makes the people over at RF Forums a little jealous. I've got so many adapters I just throw them in bags now. I currently have an NEX-5N, which has a sensor as good as anything available. I realized something: I'm hardly taking any photos. I have a chance to trade my 5N kit + a lens or two for an X100 (with a delightful member of SC, no less!) I also just pre-ordered the E-M5, because it looks awesome and I am an impulsive child. Basic questions: 1) Have you found the X100 can be an "only camera"? I'm not nearly advanced enough to need more than 35mm, to be honest. My favorite combo so far has been the 5N + 25mm snapshot-skopar, but I miss AF. 2) Is the sticky-aperture problem widespread? How is Fuji about repair? Especially if you don't have a warranty/receipt. 3) Are jpeg shots THAT GOOD? I've seen a few that defy belief. 4) Durability? Any known points of failure outside the aperture deal? 5) Is IQ up to snuff with the 5N? thanks!