OK get your laughing and bashing out of the way and then read on. As I mentioned in my previous X100 post I am in the market for one in about 8-9 months. Yes I know the difference between SLR/DSLR and Rangefinders. What I'd like to do is set up my Canon 60D with one of my prime lenses and replicate the image I'd be getting with the X100/X100s with its 23.6mm x 15.8mm (APS-C) CMOS sensor, f=23mm lens and comparable aspect ratio. And then shoot for the next 8 months seeing if I liked and used that focal length, crop factor, etc. That experience might steer me away from the purchase based on not the IQ but shall I say playing field I can capture using my feet as my zoom. Or it might make me want the X100(s) even more.... That make any sense? My primes are a 50mm, a 35mm and my latest - the Canon 14mm pancake. And I have the kit 18-55mm and a couple other zooms. (I also have an old Canon manual 25mm lens that I have yet to find an adapter that fits nice to). Which of those lenses on my 60D and its 14.9 x 22.3mm APS-C sensor is going to give me that same image capture as the 23mm lens on the X100??? Thanks!