Recently, I have seen a few photographers taking offense to other photographers praising Fuji on this forum. They keep saying that Fuji posts should be made on FujiXspot.com (the dedicated Fuji site) rather than here. It could just be my perception but more often than not, I sense that people are offended by Fuji cameras and the praise they get. To me, it sounds like this is what they're trying to say: "How dare Fuji make a good camera and how dare people like it? My OM-D is the best one out there and don't post here. This is not the forum". What is interesting to me is that such strong emotions do not come out when we talk about Nex cameras and praise how good they are. Is it because Nex as a system on similar price level as micro four thirds cameras? Is price the driving factor for such strong emotions as I have seen many such comments when it came to Leica system as well? To cut the long story short, why do photographers get offended by people choosing/praising something else other than their choice (especially if the other choice was more expensive)? Do we as a photography community will respect other people's choices only if they align with our beliefs and choices? I don't really care about the trolling part, but what I would like to understand is the thought process/psychological aspect of choices and the attempt to justify them or force them to troll. What are your thoughts about choices and online interaction? I'd request anyone who wishes to participate to keep the replies on topic and to the point and not get into "My OM-D/Fuji is really better than your OM-D/Fuji". TBH, I really don't care about your camera system.