It seems to me, that the only control missing on the M9 camera, to allow for complete adjustment of all shooting parameters, is an ISO dial. Why can't the ISO dial be placed bellow the shutter release button. The inside surface of the dial can be beveled, thereby preserving the current concave space into which the shutter release button falls when depressed. The on/off switch could be relocated to the back of the camera just like Canon other DSLRs. (Continuous shooting modes would be set in the menu options via the rear screen.) These modifications would not only allow for all controls to be available on the external surfaces of the M9 body, but they would also facilitate the following: 1) The on/off switch would be less susceptible to accidental activation. 2) The camera would have a better “visual balance". There would now be less empty space, since the ISO dial would fill in a visual, aesthetic gap on the left side of the camera. I have attached a Modified Image of the NEW Limited Edition M9 Titanium. I think the only thing missing for this camera to be the perfect M10 - aside from not making it out of Titanium - Is the addition of the ISO dial on the top plate.