I'm really intrigued by the newish Fujifilm cameras with the X-Trans sensor. I also admit that a digital camera that works/feels like my old GW690 is something I've been wanting for years. However, the only way I could remotely afford to get an X-Trans camera would be to buy a used X-E1 and used adapted manual focus lenses (probably 24mm or 28mm). (That's not a problem--an X-E1 with a 28/3.5 would be a lot like the GW690 with the 90/3.5.) But I get the definite impression that the results with the Fujis will be less impressive with film-camera lenses, which aren't designed specifically for this system and which might be "out-resolved" by the X-Trans sensor--thus making it pointless to get the camera specifically for the sensor. So--does anyone know from experience or online comparisons (or a reasonably scientific wild guess ) if an X-E1 (or X-Pro1) with adapted lenses would have significantly higher sharpness or resolution than, say, my G5 and 20/1.7?