I am very interested in moving from Canon to Fuji X system but I've got a fews question that I need someone competent to answer. You seem to be that kind of person so I would appreciate your help. All these question were raised because of Ming Thein's hands on which was rather disspointing to read. I don't like him as a photographer and find his work very mediocre but he cerainly is a gearhead so he may know a thing or two. He depicted X-E2 as slow, unresposive camera with a terrible menu system. 1. How much would you say the AF and EVF improved over the XE1? You don'y say too much about it in your hands on. 2. How do you find the overal responsivness of the camera? 3. Is the shutter button really as weird as Ming Thein described it? 4. Do you think the (allegedly) bad menu system and lack of some options (like putting Face Detection AF to Fn buttons) will be changed before release? 5. Are the RAW converters really that bad, especially lightroom? I take his opinion here with a grain of salt because his post-process is absolutely terrible but his opinion is as if the raw is so bad it cannot be used professionally 6. Is the release going to be as bad as it was with x100s? I will be in US in december and want to buy it there because in Europe Fuji X system is literally 30-40% more expensive. I don't want to pre-order and now I am afraid that it will be sold out.