Petka: Good choice! I got one right away when they became available to fill the gap in the X-Pro1 lens family (I had 14mm, 35mm and 55-200 at that time) and as a back-up camera for travel projects. Too bad the battery can not be recharged with X-Pro1 charger, though, that is almost the only complaint I have.
Here are some samples from a trip that I could not have done with DSLRs:
Secret, giant monasteries of Eastern Tibet. Shot with X-Pro1 and X100s.
Excellent work well done.
CameraLabTester: That pentaprism housing shape looks just like my EOS 3!