So my 2001 Audi TT 225 Quattro purchased 3 years ago with barely 19k on the clock for way south of book value decided to eat its cylinder #1 exhaust valve because a stupid design.... it lasted 65k miles. I work on my own cars and maintain them since I was a kid with is first junker 74 Plymouth Duster.... Even that junker hit 100,000 easily. GRRrr!! I digress. I gave up saving up for a new engine and decided to sell it. Which means I have "unaccounted" cash burning in my pocket coupled with the money I had already been saving for my next purchase.. my birthday just passed too... and we just delivered v1.0.0 of a product we coded from ground up the past grueling year (no bonus until it makes money... cross fingers) All of this just to justify another extravagant Leica purchase that I should probably not be doing... hahaha. I have enough for the previous 35mm Summilux Asph used or within sight of the newest FLE version. After some reading, it seems that the FLE version solves some back focus issues that became apparent on digital M rangefinders. I am trying to determine just how significant the issue is and whether or not there is enough improvements (rendering too) in the latest FLE version that I can justify the extra cost. Anyone here have experience with both and care to share opinions / experiences with these two? A little background: I have a 35mm Summarit and 35mm Nokton f/1.2. Both have served me well. One or both may or may not be on the auction block to fund this purchase. I shoot mostly 50mm Summilux Asph and I am hooked. My experience with the 50mm Summilux is whats driving this decision. PS> My daily driver is now a 2012 Chevy Sonic LTZ Turbo.... pretty peppy and handles well for a strut based suspension front wheel drive econobox. Not as well as my spec'd Miata nor as nice as the Audi but it gets better gas mileage for my long commute. Oh yeh... got it in Inferno Orange. For anyone looking for a commuter in the sub $20kUSD range should consider it... just make sure you at the very least check the box next to 1.4L Turbo. Its an all around better engine than the base 1.8L AND for a $700USD option pretty good value.