So the nice man in the big brown truck came by and left me a nice new X20, which I've set up and played with just a bit. What I've learned so far: -- If you are switching from an X10 and do not want a conflict in filenames, format an SD card (in either camera), put it in the X10 and take a picture. What it is or even if it is any good doesn't matter -- you're seeking the filename and number. Take the card out of the X10 and put it in the X20 and take a picture. (And, of course, set the numbering to be continuous in the menu.) Now, you can do whatever you want -- reformat the card, whatever -- you've set the number at one past where you were on the X10. Of course, if you plan to shoot both, you've accomplished nothing, because you'll still get filename conflicts. -- A fairly major annoyance: The focus box in the viewfinder comes up only *after* focus has been achieved. I'd prefer to have it for planning rather than confirmation purposes. -- Another fairly major annoyance that I hope is a bug because then they'll fix it. As it is on my X10, when I take a picture, it comes up on the otherwise darm LCD (albeit in the magnified mode) so that I can glance down to confirm that I got the picture. I have not found a way to make this happen with the X20; the menu settings are OVF/LCD/that silly eye thing -- the first thing I turned off on my X100. If you set it to LCD, the LCD is on all the time. If you set it to OVF, nothing you can do will make the LCD stay on for more than a second or so. If you set it to the eye proximity detector thing, the LCD is on except when you have the camera mashed against your face. I know Fuji is proud of the eye detector (though I do not know why). But with it set to provide the OVF only, the only way you can review your pictures is to go into playback mode. This is insanity. The way it *should* work is there be a setting wherein you take a picture. The picture appears on the LCD so you can look down and see if you got it. Then you press the shutter halfway and the LCD turns off. (This is even how it works through the viewfinder on the X100 -- take a picture and immediately see, though through the EVF portion of the viewfinder now, even if you've been using the straight viewfinder -- your picture until you give it a half press.) This is a simple software fix, and I sure hope they do it, unless they're desperate to drum up business for the aftermarket cheapo battery makers. -- The camera seems a little heavier and more robust than the X10. Sturdier. I haven't put 'em on the scale and I could be wrong, but it seems so. I still wish there were a way to make the OVF display light up -- at least the focus box -- before the thing is focused. I'd rather tell it what to focus on than learn what it has focused on. Now to make some pictures!