So this is either going to get completely ignored or it will be pounced on by many with lots of input! I am posting this on the Serious Compacts forum to see if I can get both sides instead of input from just one group of mirrorless users. To make a long story super short, I have become incredibly frustrated with the way that Sony does business and am trying to decide if I should "jump ship" and swim over to the Fuji boat. I have been notified by my local camera shop that they can get me either the X-T1 or the X-E2 and that they will allow me to return my a6000 for credit and receive credit for the Zeiss 16-70 that I paid for a couple of months ago and have yet to receive. They let me know that they can get me into a Fuji in about a week and they also just told me the Zeiss E-Mount will be arriving in about a week. I think this is just to make my decission more difficult ;-) If I make the move to Fuji, I will sell all of my E-Mount lenses (16-50 PZ, 50 1.8, 55-210, 16 2.8, and 20 2.8), my flash adapter, LA-EA2, my NEX 6, all of my MF lens adapters (Minolta, Canon, Tamron, Rollei), 2 Sony flashes, and all of my old A - Mount lenses I still have. If I do this, it will be to get rid of all of my Sony photo gear and probably even some of my older Minolta Maxxum gear too. I will even need "Sony Fan Boy" tattoo removal (j/k). Why Fuji when I have a decent investment in Sony? Well, it started when I recieved my first SLVR as a gift. That camera was a Fujica AX-5 and I still have it in full shooting condition. I then purchased an X20 last March and have become completely enamored with it; it is one of the only "no regrets" camera purchases I have ever made. Given that, I have only handled the X-E2 once in a shop, and have never touched an X-T1. If I were to go the Fuji route, I would probably focus on just the XF zooms and maybe a single fast prime to augment MY lenses iso already have. If I go fuji, I will lose a fairly sizeable investment and will be forced to buy a good deal of "net new". I do not have any issues with the a6000, but I have not really spent enough time with it to get to know it better. I have been so upset with Sony as a company (digital camera sales, too rapid of a refresh/obsolescence cycle for their cameras, and lack of long term support and firmware updates) that I have not yet given the a6000 a fair chance... My primary shooting will be family (4 year-old boy and Anda new little one arriving around December/January holiday season), some street, some travel, and a lot of just general shooting. I am a definite hobbiest/enthusiast without any real aspirations of becoming more than that (at least that is what I tell myself when I am at work and when I am talking to my wife!). I do want to do some video, but there again, nothing more than capturing family moments. I do end up shooting a lot in lower light and with faster moving subjects. Anyway, I have been rambling and am really look to ask for you input and your thoughts. What do you think?