After six months of waiting, my Canon XF 100 finally arrived. Yes, I ordered it in April. I intend to eventually put together a review, as there are precious few of those floating around, but that will take some time, and I work a lot of hours (not in video). In the meantime, feel free to ask me questions and I will look into them and try to respond. If you want test footage of something in particular, I will try to accommodate you. It may take a while for me to get there. I will try to eventually get some up. If nothing else, the questions should push me to explore this sooner rather than later, and give me material with which to flesh out a review. I am running FCP 6, on Snow Leopard. 2008 2.8ghz Octad Mac Pro. Everything seems quite fast, so I haven't seen a need to upgrade to FCP X yet...plus I'd like them to add native support for the MXF format these cameras use. Some quick thoughts: -Video quality is stellar until you really start cranking up the gain, which is clearly something one wants to avoid in any case. It may only be a one-chip camera, but it outperforms many 3-chip cameras. -Great screen. Nothing beats a separate, larger, higher resolution monitoring screen, but this one is quite large for the size of the camera itself. Speaking of, this is a small camera. I'd seen pictures and video of it before, but in person it seems even smaller. Looks ideal for run-and-gun or documentary shooting. I've had a DSLR weigh more with a large lens onboard. -720p60 is nice on this camera. Quite nice. -Infrared is kind of cool. Not something you'd buy the camera for, but one heck of a nifty bonus. -They say on the website that you need to use specific compact flash cards for the 720p60 and over-cranking functionality. Or at least that they can only guarantee that it works with the listed cards. It seems to have full functionality with a RiData 555X 64 GB CF card, which doesn't list anywhere on their compatibility matrix. Something to try before you start sinking a lot of money into card that won't do what you want, but there is flexibility. -That over-cranking looks smooth as butter. -This guy is backordered like crazy. Doesn't seem to last long in stock. I can see why: I have a hard time seeing how you'd get better quality out for $3,000. Sure, Scarlet may wipe the floor with it when it eventually releases, but until then, this is a great camera.