Fujifilm announced the X100T and Zack Arias has a review up on DedPxl. It has a larger buffer for continuous shooting, a better back-contol layout, and a digital rangefinder to make manual focusing better. In addition, its faster, has higher resolution (than the x100), larger screen, and is a little bit thinner. All good in my book.
Sadly, it does not have a mechanical ISO dial, but I have a solution for that. Fujifilm could easily release a firmware update that makes it possible to use the exposure-compensation dial to set ISO. We who like that could then make a little sticker to place over the top, and we'd be all set.