The lens caps are certainly not the 'state of the art' for industrial design. Fuji ought to be embarrassed about them, the caps would be more acceptable if they were made of cardboard.
Not sure about the AF difficulties referred to here.
I'm finding using the OVF with the corrected AF square turned on to work very acceptably.
Anticipation and planning are pluses when using the Xpro-1. Pretty much how I used to shoot with
film and my Nikkormat.
Zone focusing with the 18 mm at F8 is lightning fast.
I'm totally happy with my Xpro-1.
The caps aren't state-of-the-art. Or maybe they are, if the manufacturer has placed hopes on profiting from selling replacements.
Yesterday I missed a number of shots due to the slow AF - or maybe trying to shoot scenes too quickly. While I generally enjoy the X-Pro 1, I'll probably end up getting an M9 somewhere down the line. AF is nice but a tad too slow on the X-Pro 1 with 35mm lens. Manual focusing (of the M9) surely won't be quicker but hopefully a bit "simpler" (I used to use the M3, M6 and M7). I keep misjudging the AF with the OVF (Optical Viewfinder). EVF is more defined but not really to my liking.
I might even try film again and scan the negatives. There's no perfect camera. But I do miss film, solid build quality and true manual focus lenses.