Okay, so I really do want the Fuji Natura Black, but here's something I could actually acquire which does pretty just about same thing. This is the Olympus XA, a pocket-sized 35mm with a rangefinder. It's an aperture-priority camera, which means that you can't ever adjust the shutter speed. This is fine by me, as I usually care much more about aperture. I'm looking to pick this up on ebay for under $40 - compare to $600 for the Natura Black. I realize I may not have a sizable photo nerd audience yet (Nicole?), but the big difference between the two cameras is that the XA's lens is 35mm/f2.8, while the Natura Black's is a very awesome 24mm/f1.9.
Turns out there's an entire fansite dedicated to the XA series, which will attempt to convince you that the XA is the greatest camera LIEK EVAR. Sign me up!