Hi everyone, I'm a long time Canon shooter, jack of all trades, master of none, mainly taking family holiday snapshots, photos of days out etc (as that's pretty much all I get the time for these days). Due to some personal circumstances in the last year or so I've started taking more of an interest in my photography as interest in some of my other hobbies has waned, and this has led me to looking at adding to and updating my camera gear and plugging gaps in what lenses I want to own. Unfortunately, that's where reality has set in. Having bought my current 5d Mk II at a time when I was earning quite a bit more than I am at the moment, looking round at the current prices of the newer models in the line there's not a cat in hell's chance of me being able to buy new any time soon and even second hand Mk IIIs seem to be going for more than I'd be willing to part with right now. So, that's left me looking at alternative systems and hence why I'm here in the Fuji forum. At the moment I'm contemplating getting a second hand body and lens (looking at the 18-135 as that should cover a lot of my shooting needs) later in the year to give the system a try out, so I've got a couple of questions I'm hoping the frequenters of this forum can help me with while I do my research. For the bodies I'm considering the X-Pro 1 and the X-T1, probably leaning more towards the X-Pro 1 due to the price the bodies have come down to now. The main reason I'm looking at these two models is the size of the bodies as one of the things I am concerned about with shifting to the Fuji system is that the physical size and design of the 5d Mk II is pretty much spot on for my hands , whereas I briefly picked up an X-T10 in Jessops the other week and found it a little bit on the small side. I know the X-Pro 1 is getting on a bit now but I'm also aware that Fuji have released a number of firmware updates for all their cameras, so I'm just wondering whether a second hand X-Pro 1 will enable me to see what the X series has to offer or if I'm more likely going to end up finding it putting me off the system, especially given that it has the hybrid viewfinder that is only on the Pro models which I guess might be an acquired taste. Obviously pretty much all the reviews I come across are from around the time the X-Pro 1 was initially launched, so the views are of the camera's performance then, not don't take into account how the camera performs with its latest firmware. The other thing I'm a bit wary about is processing the RAW files. From the reading I've done I'm aware that there were issues with Lightroom not producing brilliant results with the Fuji RAW files way back when support for the Xtrans cameras was first added, but has this situation improved now or would I likely find myself needing to invest in another RAW converter program to get the best out of the files? thanks in advance for your advice.