I really, really like that post treatment for the X10. Maximizes its strengths, minimizes the weaknesses, and comes across as both emotionally compelling but not saccharine or trite. Really nicely done.
I get a lot of nostalgic feelings when I see this thread!
So I'll add a recent photo taken with the x100T. I'll tell you. In good light the output looks sharper than the output of the Nikon D750. Processed in LR6 with standard Astia-based preset (includes slight tweaking of tones) + minimal sharpening).
X-T1 with the 18-55mm 2.8 during a random hike with the gf. Decided to take it with me on the trail and I was happy I did. Not my favorite PP take on the few shots I got, but it was on the iPad. One actually came out awesome as an aluminum print. The falls were about 80ft tall, which was really cool to see in person but they definitely look mini in the photos.