Bit of a mixed bag. Had some great fun pre-service, and during the service -- but they turned the lights down REAL far at the reception and the story doesn't have a happy ending. Unfortunately, Fuji's low light performance isn't good enough unassisted for that environment, and the EF-42 provides no illuminator support. Rico (flysurfer) suggests it's deliberate on Fuji's part since the flash from another manufacturer they put their name on has an IR illuminator designed for DSLR's that will not work on the Fuji's. It's a silly thing for Fuji to do and I was literally HATING my cameras at the reception. I was envying the DJ with like a Nikon D3000 and SB-600 -- he was popping off paparazzi style and I'm sure his pictures are hot-flash-flared but he got shots I missed. Basically, I brought a knife to a gun fight, lol. It's a very sharp knife, but not the weapon I needed. I had an X-E1, and X-M1 and an X100S. Seemed to me the X100S did best in low light, followed by the X-M1. The X-E1 seemed to struggle the most. All cameras are up-to-date firmware wise. So, as I find some favorites in what is really just a bunch of photos primarily of interest to the wedding folks, I'll put them here. So far I've just two I really like enough to feel like posting. First one was fooling around with the groomsmen in a corn field with the X100S and EF-42 flash. I said, "Man, you guys look like the children of the corn at a formal dance..." and that set the theme for the processing of this picture. Coming Soon: Children of the Corn - The Wedding by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr The next one is a capture from the actual wedding service with the X-E1 and the 55-200mm. It's an awesome combination when there's enough light for sure. Nica-Hoover Wedding: The Bride by Entropic Remnants, on Flickr Might post a few more. The whole set is growing on my facebook artists page linked by my signature if you want to go through them at all.