I often knock the lower dials around, like sometimes I take the camera out of my bag and it has moved from single shot to multiple exposure. Or from matrix metering to spot. It would be nice if I could lock them like the rest of the dials with locks.
My pinky falls off the grip and it feels better with a battery grip. I had the exact same issue with the A6000 but to a worse degree. Both cameras are a hair too small.
Lens hoods have sucked.
Back button focusing is shit on Fuji, I actually prefer the back button focus on the A6000. I get by fine on Fuji but it isn't as comfortable where your thumb is always close by.
The battery grip sometimes loses connection to the camera so I have to wiggle it a bit to restart it. I think they fixed that in the X-T3.
There's no flip out screen or touch screen, not a deal breaker but people sometimes expect one when I lend them my camera.
Some options are buried really deeply in the menus to my taste, like when you want to access the second layer of film simulations/effects it's sometimes a hassle. I prefer simplicity above anything else.
Autofocus is great but not quite as snappy as the A6000. I'd say they're about 5% apart depending on the lens, like the 27mm f2.8 performs a bit worse than my 35mm f2.
Anyway that's really it for me. I need to take my GW690 out tonight so cheers for the shitposting.