Well, the XT1 has its 2nd dead shutter. About 3 years ago (?) my shutter began to stick halfway open on the XT1, finally sticking for god one day at an open streets festival. I sent it off to Fuji’s repair center in New Jersey, and for about $350 (?) they replaced the shutter, motherboard, top plate + dials, and all rubber. I was delighted. This past weekend, the shutter froze up again. I believe in both cases, the shutters had about 50k actuations on them. Meanwhile my wife’s going to give birth (surrogate) in 2-3 weeks, and I’ve got plenty of things that need shooting, so I’m back to the old 2012 X100. I still love it emotionally, but shooting a school event this morning reminded how hard it is to capture decisive moments with AF that slow. I miss my higher ISO performance. MY GOD MAN I miss exposure preview!!! I am not an Auto Shooter anymore, but I’m having to guess and chimp like some common DSLR owning newbie. I feel like I’ve lost a friend. When we have money, which will be in like a month, I can send it for repairs. Meanwhile it’s cold turkey.