Finally got a chance to take my X-E1 out for a brief spin yesterday. Here are a few images from that day and some brief thoughts about the Fuji X system. 18-55/2.8-4 This kit lens is a remarkable performer and is perfect for quick portraits. Didn't get to play around with it as much but am very much looking forward to using this as my walkaround lens. 14/2.8 Very sharp UWA prime, something direly missing from the m. Zuiko prime lens lineup. The distortion is kept to a minimum for a rectilinear UWA lens. True to reviews, my aperture ring was quite loose but that is about the only complaint I have on this otherwise fine masterpiece of a lens. Lack of stabilization is offset by cleaner images at higher ISOs. 35/1.4 My wife desperately wanted to go to the butterfly garden and since I didn't have a macro lens, I decided to put the X-E1 + 35/1.4 combo's AF to the test. Yes, the AF is noticeably slower (I was already using the latest firmware) than with the micro four thirds system (3rd generation and up) but I have to say that it is very acceptable. I noticed that the 35/1.4 has a moving front element when focusing which I'm sure is mostly to blame for the slower AF (much akin to the 20/1.7 and 17/2.8). The 35/1.4 may be slow to AF but when it locks, it almost always nails it which allowed me to get some keepers that day. I can see why a lot of people choose to own both the Micro Four Thirds and Fuji systems. The perfect camera system would be a marriage between these 2 with the Olympus' lightning fast AF plus the OM-D's revolutionary 5-axis IBIS married to the larger X trans sensor plus Fuji colors plus the X system's mouthwatering lens lineup. Pipe dreams, I know.