I have an M8.2. It is a marvelous continuation of the Leica rangefinder camera series. But there is one additional feature which I believe would enhance the utility of this design, a lot. That would be the redesign to provide a live view of the image before (as well as after) tripping the shutter. This would entail having the shutter open during live view, then closing and then tripping the shutter. This would be managed by the software. The advantage of this feature would be to provide view-camera like abilities, and be particularly useful with long lenses and for close up work with extension tubes. For many previous Leica model users, it would reestablish the utility of the camera for scientic and technical uses. What do the readers think of this (constructive comments appreciated)? What technical challenges would this present for camera modification? Generally, is it feasible and desireable in the M8 model series?