Tom Grill's reviews are a cut above the pack. His Sony A7r review outclassed most everything out there. (It certainly outclassed Ω's paralytic ramble.) Tom's Fujifilm X-T1 review is illustrated with on-location anecdotes, photographs, and comparisons to his workhorse, the Nikon D4. It is an excellent and informative read. He concludes:
Luminous Landscape's Nick Devlin traipsed around the dry, warm deserty part of the USA with a brand-new X-T1 and came back with some great images, and a helpful review. Like me, the man generally venerates the camera- with a few small niggles. In the main, those are the poorly-designed four-way control, and menu inconsistencies:
If you are considering purchasing the X-T1, Nick's review of it is worth the 10 minutes it takes to read.
Like me, Kakaku.com user, ジャコベー, recently picked up the X-T1. Also like me, s/he finds some of its buttons difficult to press. Unlike me, s/he decided to do something about it. The donut blip you see in the photograph above this post is that something. It is made for the Fujifilm X series can be purchased in Japan from this link for 840¥.