I don't disagree with Lloyd...the EVF was one reason why I passed on the M240, but in the end I wouldn't have used it (EVF) much anyway. For me rangefinders are very much a "see it, frame it, click" kind of camera. Lenses usually stopped down enough so that quick-reaction focusing is accurate enough. The kind of care taken with focus in Lloyd's report just doesn't happen when I pick up an RF camera. One of the reasons I stopped using the X-E1 with my RF lenses in favor of the M8 was the way the Fuji had nudged my pic-taking approach away from spontaneity. I was fussing too much with it. Give me the power to get perfectionist about something and I'll take advantage of it, even to the detriment of the overall thing (job, hobby, craft, etc.) I'm doing.
When it comes to the freer style of photography I often prefer, RFs put a beneficial hard limit on fussiness.