I recently felt the urge to get back to a 24MP sensor and since im shooting Fuji now, that left a few options on the table. I really didn't want to spend much money, and fortunately, i didn't have to. I considered a few different models that were reasonably budget friendly....I basically settled on an X-T100 as middle ground between the cheaper X-A5 and the slightly higher budget X-T20. heres how it stacks up against my other Fuji's. upon unboxing the X-T100, i immediately noticed it was smaller than I was expecting. i would say its actually a tad smaller than the X-E2, although not by much. the viewfinder is nice and gives it more of a DSLR feel than the X-E2's rangefinder shape. the 91pt autofocus system is pretty good. its snappy in low light, but struggles just a little with moving subjects compared to the X-E2. (not really an issue for me anymore) It does have a 24MP sensor, but it is the bayor sensor and not the x-trans sensor like the 16mp sensor in the X-E2. Again, not really a huge issue for me. The button placement is less sophisticated than the X-E2. its basically the same as the X-A1. it requires a bit more menu diving than the higher end models, but its not terrible. Given that I do all staged shots now its really a non issue. It has a touchscreen display and bluetooth. i have it paired with my phone and with the fuji app i can use my phone as a remote or i can transfer photos when away from wifi. marginally useful i guess. Overall, i would say im relatively pleased. i probably would have liked an X-T20 or higher model better, but I also would have had to spend more money. I guess my final consensus is that if your looking for a budget friendly Fuji camera that offers a newer 24mp sensor, the X-T100 isnt a bad way to go. I got this brand new with the 15-45 OIS PZ kit lens for less than $500. (ill probably sell the kit lens) For a little more cash the X-T20 has a button layout like the X-E2 and has the X-Trans III sensor if that appeals to you. My next upgrade might be to something a little beefier like the X-T2. I have some portrait work lined up in a few weeks so ill have the chance to really see how I like the 24MP sensor compared to the 16MP ive been using. I suspect it will perform well.