I noticed earlier this evening that Adorama's price on the Fuji X-E1 has dropped to $599 for the body or $799 with the 18-55mm f/2.8-4 lens. Looks like they're clearing them out to make room for the X-E2. I'd been thinking of getting into the Fuji X system, so I put in an order. The X-E2 looks nice, too, but I don't see it as a big enough upgrade to warrant spending 75% more ($1399 vs $799). I've been shooting (when I shoot digitally) with an Olympus E-P2 (with the optional EVF) for the last couple of years. It's been good, but ISO 1600 is noisier than I would like. The sample X-E1 raw images I've seen look much better at ISO 3200, and 6400 isn't too shabby either; and I expect that the retro control layout will work well for me. I was also looking at the Sony A7, but that's more than double what I'm paying for the X-E1, and while it's probably a terrific camera in technical terms, I find it rather ugly as a physical object, and the aesthetics of my tools matters to me even though I know it won't show in the images.