I use my M9s just as I do my M6ttl. My lust for an M240 is mainly about ISO, as I like the look of the M9 files. But in reality, I can hand hold down to 1/8th and shoot wide open, so ISO 1600 on the M9 (using C1 7.2) is usable, at least for editorial and personal use.
I'm waiting patiently for the XPro2!
I understand all that.
I never bought an M9 because I use my M8 so infrequently. Actually I would use the M8 a lot if the thing would tether, (I know it's not meant for that but the M8 with a profoto standard head makes one beautiful image, same with harsh daylight and I'm sure the M9 would be equal or more.
The Fuji, I like, but . . . I really need more options than the lenses that are offered, though I'll look at the next version.
What I'd really love, is a OMD with a better rear lcd, a good 18 to 20 mpx that are clean to 1600 and well . . . that's about it. I'd even take a Panasonic 4/3's that did it because I own both and the Panasonic is a hell of a camera, actually better overall than the OMD, but the OMD is just really nice to use and feels so right.
I personally really have begun to like EVFs. I never thought I'd say that but the GH3 set on manual is just wysiwyg and the OMD is as fast as any optical finder. Maybe it has to recycle, but optical finders also have that fraction of a second black out period, so it's a wash.
Which comes back to the new Leica. As much as I'd like to like it, it's expensive, with the rangefinder somewhat limited on what lenses you can use and focus (unless your locked down and using the lcd) and well it's expensive.
I'm not against spending money on cameras I can earn with, or even like, but traditional or not, there are a lot of very interesting options out there in the hand held carrying class and I was really surprised with how far the smaller cameras have gone.
Maybe we're talking about different markets, but when you add in the mirrorless cameras that have full autofocus points on every bit of the frame, shoot excellent movie files and cost 1/2 of a leica lens, then the decisions become more difficult.