So I flirted with the XPro1 for three weeks, and it is without a doubt a top notch camera when it comes to image quality, as everyone has reported already. But I'm sending it back for now and will anxiously sit on the sidelines to see what Fuji does to address the previously discussed quirks that bother me. If I were a betting man, I would bet that I will likely re-buy the XPro1 at some point. Fuji is definitely at the forefront of sensor development and JPG processing, and the X10, X100 and XPro1 are realizations of that development. Here are the photos that I took with the XPro1 during the engagement day trip. All of them were taken with the 35/1.4 lens, which is a MUST have lens for any XPro1 owner. They were all JPG, some PP in LR4, and reduced to 1024 pixels. One of the indicators that I used in ultimately deciding not to keep the XPro1 (for now) is that during the engagement day and night, I found myself reaching for the M9 much more. I actually carried three cameras with me that day -- M9, XPro1 and X10. And my fiance was carrying the Canon S95. But the M9 got much more use. First three photos were at the Blue Bell factory in Brenham, Texas. Awesome combination of sharpness + creamy out of focus renderings on the first three photos. The remaining photos were all at the Inn at Dos Brisas near Chapel Hill, Texas. First two were at the stables as we got ready to go on a carriage ride. At the bar texting family and friends after she got the rock! The booze that I got to drink after proposing. I definitely deserved a few drinks! Just kidding! I'm not an alkie! At the private patio (fending off bugs) and about to enjoy the 8 course meal. X10 looking good on that photo as well. View across from where we were sitting. XPro1's high ISO capabilities at work. And a last parting photo of a great night!