After shooting with the Fuji x100 for a couple of weeks, here are the features I particularly enjoy:
Excellent image quality in good daylight.
Surprisingly clean images in low light (iso 1600 and 3200).
Excellent jpegs straight OOC.
Nice shallow depth of field in a wide-angle lens.
A built-in ND filter to allow shooting at f/2 in bright light.
Flash sync speed up to 1/4000 sec. (manual states 1/2000).
Option of OVF or EVF or LCD monitor viewing (I use all three).
Compact size makes it my go-to camera whenever I walk out the door.
Of course there are many things that can be improved, but I try to utilize the strengths and capabilities of my photographic equipment.
However, there is one small feature I really miss - and that is blinking blown highlights in the playback mode.
There are many cameras that can easily exceed each capability or feature of the x100.
But, it is impossible to find the combination of the above features in any other package, let alone one as small and compact as the Fuji x100 or as I like to call it - The Little Camera That Could.