It looks great, but for a single use camera is worth about $3000, to me any way. I'm done with Leica. The last Leica I thought was worth anything was the M6. I had two M9's and an M8. I bought an X100, just to try out, and realized that it is just better in many ways than the digital Leicas. For my use, any way. Why, you may ask? The IQ is as good for smaller print sizes, which is where my street photography ends up, it is smaller, lighter, and disposable. It has fantastic JPEGS, usable for magazine repro, which is where I used the Leicas. It has clean 3200. It has a remarkable little fill flash for editorial portraits outside. It has amazing color and a usable DR way better than the M8, maybe better than the M9. And the kicker? The biggest downfall of the Leicas, the inacurate framing, is resolved by the EVF. So what does the MM have over the X100 and a copy of Silver EFX? File size? Raw sharpness for BIG prints? Not worth the penalties, for my work.
That being said, I appreciate the effort, and would get one it they were $2000. Which isn't going to happen. I appreciate that some people may really dig it and the M9 in general. I know I do, but not for the price of crappy JPEGS, innacurate framing, odd bugs, crappy support, etc. Oh yeah, and the body alone costs as much as a Ducati Monster or a Triumph Bonneville. Or a Smart Car. Or a trip to Japan. Or an entire D800 kit. Or an entire Canon kit. Or half of a Red. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Fuji should one up them with an X whatever Monochrom, but they know that would be silly to make a camera that couldn't really be sold in the home market. But it would be a nice poke in the eye for Leia, which has garnered ill will on my part by constantly denying faults and refusing to address issues with my (now sold, for a profit!) digital Leicas.