I've had a Fuji X100S for about 3 months and I'm trying really hard to fall in love with it.
I'm not sure what the hang-up is. Maybe I'm too used to the Ricoh GRD series with it's amazing UI, completely customizable controls, and excellent in-camera black & white .jpg processing. Maybe I'm put off by the incredibly poor handling of Fuji X-Trans files by Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop. I'm not quite sure what it is, though I'm leaning toward the latter.
There is no denying this is a really good camera. It also helps that it's cool to look at (I have the black model). The styling harkens back to the Texas Leica days and I keep finding myself taking it with me whenever I leave the house. The viewfinder is terrific, so is the build quality and the optics are first-class. I've pulled some decent shots but still have a ways to go before I get a workflow down on how I process the .raf (Fuji Raw) files. Photo Ninja by Picture Code looks like it might be the answer. They seem to have a decent reputation amongst Fuji enthusiasts and I purchased a license so we'll see. In the meantime here are some samples shot in and around NYC.