I guess I should probably try an X100, but I keep reading these horror stories about getting lost in byzantine menus. I hate menus. I want my digital camera to operate as closely to my M6 as possible. The M9 gets pretty close. if it's possible to set a X100 so that you have a dedicated ISO button, that would fully meet with my needs.Antonio,
I may be missing something, but how does the X-100 not meet those criteria? I know the menus aren't as simple or elegant, but if you want to operate it as simply as the X2, that's a simple matter of not using the menus for more than basic setup. Put ISO on the fn button, adjust aperture and shutter speed with their dedicated dials, and you're good to go. The X-100 was clearly aimed straight at the X-1 market, scored a direct hit, and the X-2 was Leica's response, but the consensus seems to be it didn't change much from the X1 for the better.
Am I wrong about that?