Been seeing rumors churning about the Fuji x300. First off, my only complaint about the x100 is the price tag. Hopefully it'll drop but you never know. IQ is great and it's reasonably small, the lens is good (although I don't like idea of having a fixed prime but I could live with that) and fills a niche so... maybe the price will stat high. Of course "high" is relative, too, and dropping $1200USD maybe isn't a big deal for everyone. Anyway, I got really excited hearing the x300 would address my desire for lens options aside for the fixed prime. Cool, right? Well, would that mean they'd introduce yet another proprietary lens system? I'm just not sure the world needs that. I mean, take the Pentax Q or the Samsung NX10. Are big markets expected for these systems with a trickle of lens options available? If either of those systems made m4/3 lenses and m4/3 mount bodies, I'd think it would be a benefit to the camera maker and the consumer. I would love more m4/3 lens offerings, that's for sure. Plus I'd be more likely to buy a non-Panny or non-Oly body if I could drop it into my existing m4/3 lens collection. What if Fuji just makes an x300 that's m4/3 compatible or a M mount? Or maybe I'm missing the point?