A while back I picked up a Fuji XE1 and spent some time working with Fuji and their X-Trans files. I have nothing bad to say about it really. The camera is a brilliant design, easy on the eyes, feels good in the hand and has a terrific UI. I paired mine with the amazing 35/1.4 and it was really capable of some amazing images. Unfortunately my love of shooting adapted lenses has brought me back to Sony. As good as the Fuji and the 35/1.4 are (which is REALLY good) I just wasn't enjoying using the system because Fuji's support for using adapted lenses leaves a lot to be desired. Everyone is different but in my case the lack of a flip down screen on the XE1 and very basic focus peaking made using adapted lenses a real chore. I had gotten to the point where I had put all my Minoltas away and was just shooting Fuji native glass. The. A friend loaned me an a6000 for the weekend and it was an absolute blast. It's fast, I was able to lock focus quickly and easily with the red focus peaking on and for the first time in many months I was really having fun shooting again. Even though I actually feel like the Fuji's images have some real advantages (especially in low light) over the ones from the a6000 I loved the way the a6000 put a huge smile across my face. I have the Fuji gear for sale and hopefully in the not too distant future I'll be making my way back here.