It seemed that earlier this year nearly everyone was so enthusiastic about the X100 that it was hard to find a discussion on this forum that wasn't about that camera. Today I saw that Luke was able to find himself a X100 and he made this comment: It's been 6 months. What happened? I just recently bought mine and I couldn't be happier with it. I honestly feel like it is one of the most unique digital cameras on the market. Sure, it is quirky as hell and it has had some quality control issues, but it's not only a wonderful example of camera design, but it backs it up with wonderful image quality. Of course, when it came out it was a big deal with lots of hype surrounding it. I know I wanted to try one and it took me some time before I actually could. I'm sure others wanted to try it too and they jumped on it early and after trying it found out it wasn't for them. Which is to say that there are probably many reasonable explanations for why people are moving on to other cameras. However, it doesn't seem like there are many X100 owners left around here. I know BB and Ray still have theirs and perhaps a few others. For those who've kept it do you plan to keep it longer and for those who've gotten rid of it, I would be curious to hear your reasons why. As for myself, I plan to keep mine and keep it for a long time. I bought a GF1 last November. Then some legacy lenses. Then I sold my GF1 and those legacy lenses and bought a NEX and some more legacy lenses. Then I sold everything and bought a X100. All that in not quite a year. I'm tired of buying and selling. I'm tired of wanting th e latest and the greatest. I have a camera I'm happy with and I plan to keep it around for awhile.