To get an X100, or an X100s, that is the question: Whether 'tis Nobler in the mind to suffer The lack of an Xtrans sensor in the old mother X100, Or to embrace the higher resolution of the newborn X100s, And by opposing end them: to be in eternal doubt. Well, excuse me for my horrible poetry I hope to become a Fuji X photographer soon and forget the quirks of the modern cameras. I currently shoot with a Sony Nex-5n mirrorless and not so very often with an old Pentax K-X DSLR. While I'm astonished by the wonderful image quality of my Nex, I struggle with the lack of manual controls even if I shoot mostly with old manual focus lenses. I just want a camera that you turn on and shoot concentrating just on the three old parameters, aperture, shutter speed and ISO, without fiddling with stiff or lose wheels or diving into needlessly complicated menus. If it delivers great quality images is a great plus, of course and if it has a flash hot shoe even more and if an OVF/EVF is integrated... well, that's great. I always thought the X100 could be my perfect camera for everyday use but a couple of weeks ago the X100s was announced with its great Xtrans sensor with the promise of even better image quality and an updated image processor for faster overall performances. Even if I'm aware the X100 would see its price fall after the release of its modern sister I cannot make up my mind. I ask you Fuji X photographers, mainly X100 owners and users, what you would do if you had to choose the X100 (now or after the X100s release) or the X100s ?