Earlier today, ISL has released a new version (5.0.39) of their Silkypix software with improved X-Trans sensor support. As you can see in ISL's official news release, the improvements should be visible in areas that are prone to moiré. I have compared the new version with the previous one and couldn't immediately find a strong increase in image detail (X20, X100S, X-Pro1, X-E1) at low ISO, although I did see better detail in a higher-ISO (1600) sample. You will probably notice better detail when comparing RAW files at the software's default settings (I did), but this difference practically vanished once I compared files that had already been processed and optimized "to taste". Now, the real issue is this: Do NOT toss your current version (5.0.38) of the software, keep a copy! Here's why: The new Silkypix version includes a long overdue color profile fix. In "Natural" and "Faithful" modes, colors will look differently (less greenish) than before. While this is an improvement (and an obvious bug fix) for all those who develop new/fresh RAW files from the start with Silkypix, it can also be a curse for those who have already developed older images in Natural color mode and have already applied their own compensation for the greenish tint! If you have developed your existing images in "V.4 compatible" color mode, everything is fine, there is no change.