I was going through the Ricoh GXR M module thread at SC.com, and was wondering why hasn't anyone made a dedicated M mount digital camera to compete against Leica (other than ... oh I forget the name of that one old camera ...)? Imagine a $2000 camera body with a full frame AA-less sensor made specifically to be used with the M mount lenses. It doesn't even have to have a rangefinder. Just give me an excellent EVF with good implementation of focus peaking/magnify/split prism manual focus aids. Add IBIS in it. It should sell like hotcakes. One of reasons I can think of why other manufacturers haven't done that is (perhaps) the desire of the manufacturers to sell lenses as well for their own cameras. Or maybe M lens users are so few that the price would have to be significantly higher than $2000 so that they can make a good profit? Maybe Zeiss or Voigtlander should make a digital M. Just thinking out loud ... and daydreaming.