Wanting to stay with a Canon, I looked at their mirrorless range, thinking I could have the best of both worlds: interchangeable lenses but something smaller than my often-cumbersome 5DII. But reviews weren't always great, and none of their products stood out for me. I looked at Olympus, Sony, and Leica (wishful thinking), before coming across the Fuji X range. My ideal choice would have been the X-T2, but finances and reviews led me to the X-T20. And I'm really happy with it.
The thing I really love about this camera is the retro look and feel of it. Unlike my 5DII, where I have to take the camera away from my face each time I want to adjust the settings as I shoot, the controls on the X-T20 are placed (intuitively) at my fingertips, so I can easily adjust the key settings without over-thinking what I'm doing. It reminds me very much of my old film cameras. And I'm loving it!
This camera has been an excellent choice and, although the image quality is not quite as good as my 5DII, it will certainly serve the purpose for which I bought it. And I'm having so much fun using it.