Count me as another big fan of the X-100. I had my name down for one as soon as I saw the specifications. A proper optical finder with framelines plus large sensor and fast prime were sure to be a winner. I wasn't disappointed when the camera arrived and soon got past the learning curve of its quirks. Firmware updates only made it better. Up until the X-100 my carry everywhere cameras were usually Leicas, either one of the M4's bought in the late sixties or a Barnack.
The X-100 makes a superb travel camera. It's small and light so spends very little time in a camera bag. Earlier this year I had the pleasure of revisiting, and rephotographing places and people that I'd first visited four decades earlier. My camera gear for the trip was one of the same Leicas I'd used in 1970 and an X-100.
The X-100 did an amazing job in light too dim for my ISO 400 film.
Two suggestions for anyone using an X-100. Get an extra battery, or two and carry them with you. The battery level indicator gives very little warning of low power level. A percent charge like Nikon does would be a big improvement.
The exposure comp dial is too easy to move by accident. If you aren't in the habit of checking this every time get a Lensmate thumb rest. Link--> http://www.lensmateonline.com/store/...nepix_x100.php
Besides improved grip it protects the exposure comp. dial.
I've posted a few photos from the Fuji that show what it's capable of. Link--> http://photo.net/photodb/folder?folder_id=1029029