I got rid of my X100 a few years back having never quite got on with it as much as I'd hoped. Though looking back I wonder if I had an small banding issue with the sensor that wasn't quite pronounced enough to jump out at me but enough to give a sense of dissatisfaction. I loved the form and ergonomics though so tried again with the X100T.
I now have the perfect (for me) carry round digital. It's taken ages to have any free time with it but finally managed to get out with it for a couple of hours today.