The "Pass in Reiew" and the "Communion" are my favorite, incredibly strong and present pictures. The stern look of the military gentleman holding his (D) SLR is also great. One thing that jumps at you is the perfect perspective and subject isolation due to the full 24x36 film area. FF is what I grew up on and my brain is formatted for it, for me FF tells a story like a crop sensor never can (not even mentioning smaller chips like m4/3). That's why, even if I'm perfectly peach with APS-C after over ten years of shooting digital, I'll run and by whatever FF mirrorless with decent AF (Sony, Fuji, can you hear me ??) that comes out. It goes beyond pretty blurred bagrounds in portraits, it's a real "layer" and perspective thing. Thos film pictures convey a real foreground, middle ground and background in a subtle yet inevitable way that I can't quite explain. Film images have "meat" and body to them, while digital by default look almost transparent.
Full frame is a great benefit with shooting film - especially since I can't afford any digital Full Frame bodies at the moment
I can't help but wonder - from what I gather from your photographic likes, the Fuji X-Pro1 seems to be designed for your shooting style - am I incorrect here?