Rico, Apart from having some awesome writing skills (I bought your Kindle for the XE1 and have the XE2 one on order) - you make RTFM a pleasure, and similarly awsome photographic skills...... (First flatter them.......) You also have "Visibility" that Fuji obviously values. So, I would like to make my pitch for proper tethering, as a inherent feature in Wireless capable X camera's. Despite wishful thinking (some of it my own) The tablet as a serious working platform for some level of post processing workflow is a couple of OS generations away. IOS and Android and the SOCs out there now can get there, but there are so many OS level utilities and facilities that need to be ironed out I predict at least two more generations. Ipad for lightroom, today is like Mac and Photoshop for color corrections/pre-press in 1990, it will happen, it will be great, but a lot of folks need solutions until it does...... Which brings me to tethering. Since mirrorless cameras are by default using "Live View" to operate, it should be almost a no-brainer to allow a Lightroom (or whichever too/platforml you prefer) to tether their camera by USB/WiFi/Bluetooth to their Thin notebook or tablet (again depending on preference). Obviously this is not important for some genres (street photography with a Fuji 100sin one hand, and a 11" Macbook Air in the other), but in my own areas of interest (product shots) and plenty of others (Studio Work, some event work it could be a boon. One of the more interesting proof of concepts I was involved with was with a wedding photographer who (in addition to a regular crew) tried out a free standing grew using iphones and an ipad (which was swapped around fo Macbook air as part of test. The workflow was perhaps analagous to TV live coverage. Their was a picture editor with thin laptop/tablet located away from dance floor, but high up, and two shooter with iphones out there taking pictures. all three communicated by wireless headsets, so the picture editor managed the photographers to get a live documentary like coverage of the event. As a proof of concept delta analysis (what does not yet exist to make this work) it was very interesting in that we could do it on platforms from Apple iPhoto and icloud, through Aperture/ICloud, through Lightroom/Wifi/Dropbox with a couple of $10 Cloud storage plugins (we tried with Drop Box/ OneDrive/ and raw Amazon S3)/ The most insightful observations came from the picture editor shooting the breeze with the roving photographers. They were being fed shoot lists from someone who was following the actual event, bt still had the freedom to be spontaneous and grab candid shots, which really livened up the documentary format. This is not a work flow for everyone, but with wireless realtime tethering it opens up many interesting possibilities for using automation to help coordinate two photographers covering an even, plus it gives the added advantage of real time backup. I am sure plenty of people are working on this type of idea (nothing new under the sun) but REAL TIME TETHERING is essential and it should be easier to get it better and slicker that Canon/Nikon. To throw out an idea based upon a mashup using FileMaker interacting with a bunch of scripts and lightroom........ It opens up business possibilities for individual photographers to work cooperatively and can automate plenty of post processing (time being money.....) Lastly ..... yes my selling syntax and grammar are appalling, so are my teeth, I was brought up in the UK!!