French, but photographer
I think there is a mistake in this sentence : "We've been impressed with this 16 megapixel X-Trans APS-C CMOS sensor in our reviews of cameras like the X-E1 and X100S".
If the sensor of the X-M1 is the same as the X-E1, the X100S has a new version of the X-Trans, the X-Trans II. At the moment only the X100S and the new X-E2 have the new X-Trans II.
It is a crucial point, since the different versions of the sensors are what make the differences between Fuji models :- X-Trans I for X-Pro 1, X-E1 and X-M1- X-Trans II for X100S and X-E2- Conventional CMOS sensor for X-A1
The detailed score at the end of the review shows a strange conclusion: if you select the X100 in order to compare its score to the X100s you'll see that the X100 has a better Metering and focus accuracy score than the X100s!How is it possible?