I'm curious ... I think a lot of you here are Q owners. Everyone seems to love the Q. You've probably read some portion of DPReview's review, which says that strange control analomies damage usability. I was particularly surprised by the shutter speed dial not moving in thirds, as it does on the X-series, and instead moving in single increments, but with the control dial moving it by thirds. I was wondering why Leica made that decision, and if anyone's really noticed it? It seems like a step behind the X in control design. I thought the use of the control dial as exposure compensation should have been sacred. How much trouble has this caused in real world shooting, and is there a way to change it (so that the control dial is always exposure compensation even if it means we can't adjust shutter speed in 1/3 stop increments)?