Okay, this is somewhat embarrassing... Just bought a shutter cable release for my relatively new X10 today. Had it for less than an hour when I accidentally put too much stress on it, and managed to snap off the whole shutter release assembly. As far as I can tell looking at it, the only actual damage is to the plastic collar that holds the shutter button assembly in place; it appears to be held in the body by four pins, and two of the four have snapped off. I put it back together and took a couple of pictures, and everything appears to still work, but the collar keeps popping out, along with the shutter button and the spring. I don't expect it to be covered under warranty, but would anyone have a guess how much Fuji would charge to fix it? Alternatively, does anyone know if the collar is sold as a repair part? If it just snaps in, it looks like I could replace it myself - although I'd have to either find some way to get the remaining bits of pin out of the body holes where they're stuck, or else live with them rattling around inside the camera.