Confession of a camera purchase. I have been very interested in how Fuji continues to refine their cameras, especially the X100 line. They have provided firmware and hardware upgrades to transform the inventive X100 in subtle and not so subtle ways. My history with it included buying a used original X100 which I subsequently sold to get an X100s. Then I felt the JPEG images from the original sensor were more to my liking so I sold the X100s and bought another used X100. Following online all the refinements in the new X100T, I became intrigued at the obvious effort Fuji was putting into details and small changes. I liked what I saw. They really care about making this version the best one yet. Still basic with no flipping screens or zooming lenses! So, I go on eBay two nights ago and type in X100T and of course one can get it full price now from many sources. Then I thought what if I sold the X100 again and tried an X100T. I could always get another X100 used if I was disappointed in the results. Makes sense, right. So, I typed in X100 to get an idea of what the current prices are like. To my surprise up popped a 'used' X100T that someone had bought, taken about 30 photos, had buyer's remorse and put up for sale with a buy it now of $1099. I knew it would not be there long at that price so I punched the button. Now I have a slightly used X100T in all black winging its way to my door. So, lesson learned, stay away from ebay, unless you are willing to pay. Confession over.