The takeaway from this thread is that each of us is responsible for testing the several decent options that exist, and choosing a workflow that meets our individual needs. Photo Ninja and Iridient (my go-to app) are most frequently mentioned. But these endless comments mean nothing until you personally try the software yourself.
As boulevardier wrote many many posts earlier, "Never try to keep up with the market place on a tight budget, and remember great photography has only a casual relationship with the camera you use." As I pause a moment from singing the Internationale, I am thankful for such simple truths. Thnx, boulevardier, for that nugget that got lost so quickly in all the noise.
All of that being said, actual field shots w/ the new adapter are eagerly awaited. Like many of us, I suspect that as a Fuji product the lens IQ will be superb. But I'm not buying w/o seeing ahead of purchase.