Took me a couple of weeks but I finally had to crack open the X-A1 PDF instruction manual to figure out a couple of features. I suppose that's an indication of good design, that I could figure out most stuff just by fiddling around with the camera. (The various bracketing modes baffled me until I discovered most of the bracketing options are JPEG-only.) A few questions that won't be in the instruction manual. Has anyone: Figured out a Lightroom preset or "cloakroom" doodad in Fuji's version of Silkypix that duplicates the in-camera JPEG looks (for non-lossy higher bit depth saves to TIFF, DNG, etc.)? I just mean the standard B&W, Fauxvia, Velvifaux and Astifaux film emulations, not the special effects looks. Those straightforward Fuji faux-film looks are fiendishly difficult to duplicate. Especially Fudgie's knack for combining noise reduction and sharpening. I've dug around online and apparently lots of folks have asked this same question, but nobody's been able to duplicate the in-camera JPEGs. Trying to avoid the tiny bit of posterizing I see in some blue sky photos from my in-camera JPEGs. Really, Fuji, I just want a computer version that does exactly what the in-camera raw converter does, for saves to non-lossy format. Please. Would yesterday be too soon? Thanks. BTW, I've tried Photo Ninja and the latest Silkypix Developer Studio Pro 6. Both seem powerful but are too sluggish so I won't be buying after the trials expire. Fuji's version of Silkypix 3 is pretty good, but I can't quite nail the noise reduction and sharpening for high ISO photos. Tried the Nikon F mount to Fuji X mount adapters? I see adapters from Fotodiox and Fotasy that allow aperture control with Nikon's no-aperture-ring G lenses. Any preference between the two? And is the premium priced Fotodiox "Pro" adapter with the blue ring worth the extra money? Also, has anyone found a Nikon F to Fuji X adapter with a tripod attachment? I have a couple of teles that are just heavy enough to need some support, but lack their own tripod mounts. Mostly I'd use shorter, lighter Nikkor primes like the 55mm Micro Nikkor and 50/1.8D AF, maybe the 85/2 AIS and 105/2.5 AI. Those don't really need a tripod mount. Found a stick-on finger grip extension for the front of the X-A1/X-M1? I like the Flipbac G4 on my Nikon V1, but it's not quite long enough for the Fuji. I don't want to add weight, so the Fuji HG-XM1 is out (and it blocks the battery/media card door). And I actually use the hotshoe occasionally with my Nikon SB-800 flash and SC-29 extension cord, so the Fotodiox and similar thumb rest adapters are out. Extra credit if it's wood carved into Wadjet's serpentine form. Or faux-Nile crocodile hide. Found a stash of Vaughn Bode "Cheech Wizard" stickers? I need to accessorize the Fudgie. Preferably with hologram artwork, so Cheech Wizard's eyes will follow you everywhere - only you won't see it because his eyes are hidden under his hat. Or a "Don't Panic" sticker from a leftover hitchhiker's guide would do. Thanks.