I've been waiting for Fuji to deliver the camera of my dreams and the XE-1 was almost it but I am still waiting, researching, and undecided on this big purchase. The X100s is once again throwing me off course and as I am missing golden moments with my young child every day. So It has to deliver great shots of my kids as she grows up. She moves quick, is in school plays and lights up when she's running in the park. At night I need to be able to take a discreet camera out to clubs to shoot bands. I've never gotten control of Flash photography and prefer low light. So the OMD seems the best solution to cover these areas although I wish the EP-5 or whatever is coming next looked like a professional camera. All of this though is rationalization because I LOVE Fuji IQ. The X100s is soooo sexy and seems to have the autofocus and low light abilities I need. It's bigger than the OMD with a pancake and fixed lens is somewhat limiting. the XE-1 is just too bulky. I might as well have a DSLR at that point or go for the GH3. My question I guess is could I just carry the X100s and get enough great shots in these environments to be satisfied? Do the m43 cameras really get taken out as often as an x100s would? I'm always waiting on the next phase and now I have to wait until the end of March to make a decision. Then of course Panasonic is announcing in April I hear so I'll have to wait even longer. Help!!! I know you all are going through the same things. Any soccer moms using an X100? Is the OMD really a compact camera that's not overly complicated? Do I need three primes or a kit lens and one prime? What does the digital zoom look like on the X100s? Is that as useful as having an RX100?