I got to thinking last night, as yet another friend who had borrowed one of my cameras wrote me to ask which exact one he should buy (not if he should... he was sold, I swear I didn't even encourage him). For the record, I steered him towards the XE1 and 18-55, because at $700 new, that's the bargain of the moment bar none. But back to my point... How many times have you been an unofficial Fujifilm salesperson? My current list: 1. Friend Brian, got an XE1 / 18-55 / 27. I didn't do much work there, but he did borrow the X100 a few times to be sure. 2. Chris, who bought a used X100 and still uses / loves it two years on. 3. Coworker Zuouw, who bought an XM1 and 16-50, and has struggled to get used to it, but likes it when he does use it. 4. Ryan, a friend from another state who likes my shots online (and those of his wife, who is a pro who dabbles with Fuji but mostly still uses Canon full frames), and who just got an X100T. 5. Tom, the guy above, on a bike as we speak to go pick up an XE1 and 18-55 from a local shop. 6. Stacey, who wanted to finally upgrade from phone cameras, so she picked up an X100S after I talked her down from DSLR Land -- and who has gotten so good with it she's being featured in a local gallery. I would say I deserve a commission, but the things sell themselves. Or, they sell themselves in concert with the generally ill-handling competition.