What I've seen so far is that Fuji has a commitment towards their X-series that I've not seen from any other camera manufacturer. With each new camera, they've been addressing problems from the previous - and better, based on consumers feedback and not just from their imagination of marketing will - and more than that, they are not compromising quality over nothing. Their approach toward the lenses selection, the roadmap, the quality, it's astonishing. While Sony is still struggling to give the consumers the lenses they want, the new kid, Fuji, is already bringing all the main primes - and their zoom lens is well above the usual "kit" quality and aperture. And Sony's first E-mount camera was launched almost 3 years ago already. Fuji has been very active with firmware updates, the X-E1 got better AF speed, which was translated to the X-PRO1 as well, but as it wasn't really on par with the competition, the X100s and X20 are - on paper - very, very quick. They've been fine tuning the button layout and other interface issues, they even got a 1080p60 for the new cameras. The X-Trans sensor is such a nice innovation, as well as the split-focus. Not only they are addressing problems as they are always bringing something new. I was surprised by the 1080p60 video feat, I didn't think they would be able to bring that just yet, for me, based on every other system way of improving things, I thought that it would only be addressed in the next generation. Of course, we are yet to know about the quality, resolution, moiré, etc. But nonetheless the 1080p60 36mbps codec - AVCHD 2.0 are 28mbps, not that pure bit-rate numbers can tell which is better but -, it shows that they're listening and trying to improve, which, for me, counts a lot. I just wish they implemented the ability to have full manual controls over the video parameters. I say that because although I don't expect a GH3-like video quality, for me, to get into the X-Mount cameras, I need at least Sony NEX-like video quality. I know, I know, it's not in their priorities but hopefully it's on their upcoming improvements. The X100s seems to finally solve the AF speed "problem" with the Hybrid AF and the new EXR II processor, since it was something that was preventing a lot of people from adventuring in the X-Mount cameras - but the good thing is that for everybody else that already love their X-cameras, this is a big plus. Many questioned why did they release the new processor and the new feats for the X100s and not for the X-E1. I agree that people would be less annoyed by that if there were at least a couple more months apart but it doesn't bother me as much and it's not even near what Canon has been doing with their line ups. If they had launched the X-E1 with these improvements, a lot of people wouldn't even consider the X-PRO1 and it would also affect the existence of the X100s since the 23mm for the X-Mount is coming soon. So I think I get it and it seems understandable for me. I don't know but I wonder if we can expect a new sensor for the next X-Mount cameras. The X-Trans sensor still seem to have an edge over the others and the RAW converter issue seems like a matter of time but as the accuracy of the ISO seems a bit off, when people out there are comparing with the other sensors, it seems that the edge is not as wider as Fuji claimed. So it would be nice to see this problem being solved and that the ISO performance could really be actually much better than the others. There are so many new technologies when it comes to sensor, I just wish Fuji can - yet again - come up with something refreshing. Fuji launched a P&S camera with WiFi capabilities, it's not a deal breaker or anything, but it would be nice to have WiFi in the next X-Cameras, it may look like just a gimmick, but I think it's very nice to have full control over your camera through your smartphone, to be able to take pictures, to record videos, to use your tablet as a monitor, etc. It's not a must have thing but it can really help some workflows depending on your needs and the type of photography you do, I imagine that it will be very nice for studio, for instance or when you need something on the go and you don't want to travel fully loaded. And also to have some fun using time-lapse and other casual situations. So I would love to see improved video capabilities and controls and it would be a big plus if they could add WiFi and a new sensor.