I'm also in a similar situation. Since I bought my X100 last year, I find myself using DSLRs less. I'm not a professional so I have no need for all the speed and control that DSLR offers. I'm pretty sure I have used my X100 for at least 80% of the time.
They haven't learned a single thing from Lunar....
The next thing we'll see from Hassy is probably a Sony RX1, I mean, Hasselblad....uh....the Incredible....that's probably what they'll name it.
Great story :)
I like it, in fact, I can see this as my back up camera :)
but when will Nikon learn to put ISO button somewhere on the right hand side? It's a pain to adjust ISO while shooting especially when I use a long heavy lens like 70-200 f/2.8 :(
I don't know about others but I live my ThinkTank bags/systems. I used to own couple of LowePro bags when I started out; great bags, but when I first try the Retrospective 20, I just fell in love with it and have been getting more stuff from ThinkTank since. Although, I do have to agree that some, or most bags are a bit overpriced.
I'm a Nikon user but I have to give my vote to Fuji X-Pro 1. We all know that this camera may not be the fastest, most accurate camera compare to others but I have to admit that Fuji got the right idea. All they have to do is tweak them up a bit.
Compare its price/quality to Nikon's version, I think I might give this lens a try :)