I agree some cracking images.
I did try the Fuji X-T10 on one trip and I really struggled with it. I have used Nikon, Minolta and for the last 15 years Canon, I never had a problem changing cameras until the X-T10, I have even used a Sony compact without any problem. I thought the AF was poor, missed quite a few shots and there is often a delay, quite a few were out of focus as well, the failure rate was far higher than with my Canon 5D2. The manual focus is not good, no marking on the lenses and you have to turn the lens focus ring around a lot, it not very easy to see what the focus setting is, everything is the opposite direction as well which does not help. Not keen on the viewfinder image and if you use the screen can't hold it so still. The grip is far too small even for my hands, you can buy an optional larger grip. In the manual it says you can reverse this but I can't find the setting in the menu. A lot of the settings are buried in the menus. It did some weird things in low light as well, mind of it's own. There were several issues, images did seem quite noisy in low light, I guess that's one limitation of a smaller sensor. I'm was thinking of selling mine but may give it another go. For street photos I see a few are using the Ricoh GRs. For me it has not replaced the DSLR although I may use one for trips I'm not going to take many images and for street type images. For countries like Japan and Myanmar I will be taking my 5D2 or I may replace that with a newer version. My advise is if thinking of replacing your DSLR is buy a used one and try out for a while then if it's not for you you will not lose much money.