Same here. You - or at least I - have to love a camera, or you won't take it with you, and then what's the point? And alongside other things like specs, usability and how it feels in your hand, aesthetics also come into that.
You guys should really switch to Nikon...
Why? That thing looks hideous, and I rather doubt that someone who thought it looked good would take photos I would want to look at. The suggestion that aesthetics should play no role whatsoever in evaluating a camera strikes me as rather odd, at least to the extent one regards photography as an aesthetic activity. Cameras and lenses may just be tools, but it's hardly obvious why anyone who cares about how things look when making images should switch off his/her aesthetic sense when looking at those tools. Part of the appeal for me of vintage lenses - especially those with scalloped focusing rings - is their appearance and the tactile pleasure using them. I wouldn't use them if they made inferior images, but many don't. Rather, they make the whole process of taking photos more enjoyable.
This view isn't as rare as you might think, either. Complete strangers have come up me and said "what a beautiful camera" when I've had my silver-trim OMD EM5 around my neck, and I don't think it would be unreasonable to suggest that much of the appeal of the Fuji-X cameras is their appearance.