AND ... my search led me to a Leica Q. But honestly, by the time you get up to spending for it, why the Q over say, any other digital Leica? And can I really justify the cost over any other camera, considering I'm shooting something like 99% film anyway? Q vs M? Q vs X? (where X represents any other brand) Q vs Q2? Can I live with that fixed (28mm) lens? I will say I've sort of been looking around at various cameras that are actually similar to the Q in terms of configuration and it's hard to get away from that 28mm focal length. I've never been super enthused about any wide angle lens I've used, however. I think I finally found a Fuji (was it?) with a 35mm fixed lens. Reports and reviews I've read on the Q seem to be basically glowing, almost across the board, with only tiny "issues" -like dust, for one. Why wouldn't Leica weather seal the Q? Wouldn't that be an almost automatic next-level achievement for what seems to be a pretty bomb proof camera? Discuss, please. Q users are you in here?