And yes I did say that the Fuji X 100 was the best image quality I'd ever seen. Thats actually not incompatible with what I've written since. The jpgs. are great, the high ISO performance is the best I've seen and if you are prepared to work at it via RPP 64, then the results are very close to a Leica M9. So yes, the IQ is pretty special. But it should be available via a workflow that most of us use. Photoshop and Lightroom conversions are terrible, Aperture can't convert the files at all. Silkypix just gives you something that looks the jpg.
Its actually not my problem any more. I sold my X-Pro 1, lenses and adapters ages ago for a decent price, but Fuji are just so frustratingly compacent about the whole thing, and have sabotaged what is basically a very good sensor and camera by some sort of standoff with Adobe. or so it seems. They will reap the rewards of all this in terms of (lack of) sales I'm sure and I for one aren't going near them again.
UPDATE - I've just found a good blog post on this issue - LINK HERE