It's been a while, but I just posted a new review of the Fujifilm X-T2. I never got around to writing one for the Fujifilm X100S, which I loved, and I've since replaced it with an X-T2. It's a pretty basic review with a digression into digital workflows.
Bottom line: It's the first time I've ever bought the exact camera I wanted vs. a mid-market tradeoff or "premium consumer" camera, and I haven't been disappointed. It's a camera I can grow with, and there's plenty to learn from it.
If you're just curious about what I've been doing with it, here's a slideshow of my in-progress 365 project (which is about two weeks behind). It represents a variety of lenses and post-production approaches, so it's not really a "straight-out-of-the-camera" representation: