The rear screen chipped, and there was a scuff on the front of the (35mm f/1.4) lens, but the camera seemed none the worse for wear, so I kept shooting it all this time without any major problems.
However, I noticed that on occasion, when using the 55-200mm zoomed all the way to 200mm, sometimes the resulting image would be de-centered. By which I mean, that the right half of the image would be in sharp focus, and the left half would not.
At web-size, the issue isn't noticableThe whole photo, for reference
Detail on the left side, at best performanceA full-size crop of the right half of the image, how the image should always appear.
Detail on the left side, at worst performanceThe weird, de-centering smudginess that sometimes rears its head
And for reference, from the right side of the imageFor reference, a crop from the left side of the smudged image above
I thought it was just a misaligned element in the 55-200mm lens, and was today preparing to send it into Fujifilm for repair, when I thought to sanity check myself. I know I dropped the camera last year. I do not ever remember dropping the 55-200mm lens. So I checked with my next longest lens (the 18-55mm), and sure enough, I can re-create the same error. It's not as pronounced, maybe because the elements are all physically closer to the sensor (and because the 18-55mm lens isn't as sharp), but once I looked for it, yep, it's there.
10/24/16 – Sending in for Repair
So the upshot is that now, today, 10/24/2016, I am sending in my X-T1 to Fujifilm for repair. I will use this article to log the experience, since I have never used Fujifilm repair centers before.
11/1/16 – Update: Nothing
Even though USPS says my camera was delivered on the 26th, I still haven't heard a word from Fujifilm. Hrm.
11/7/16 – Update: Quote
After not hearing anything, I called today. Apparently, Fujifilm had everything in their system already but I never got emailed the quote. OK, whatever. I got the details, and the quote was $500. Apparently, the repair for this issue is replacing the entire front part of the camera. I looked up new X-T1s on B&H; they're $900. So it's painful, but I approved this quote.
11/28/17 – Update: Finished Repair
I just got a notice today that the repair has finally finished. They've now shipped the camera back to me and it's expected to be delivered on the First.