Originally Posted by Keith
You make it sound so simple Gid!
People need to remember that I spent two and a half years with an M8 and really liked the camera aside from the crop factor and the IR problem. I'm quite comfortable with the idea of a digital M ... just not the M8. And looking back that M8 cost me $6500 ... so I'm also used to being fleeced by Leica! LOL
I've been around long enough to remember your M8 experiences very well, especially when you were struggling with the low light gallery work.
However, you've got low light stuff covered now, so just pick up the M9, have some fun and when you feel like getting back to film, sell it and move on. Any difference in price will just be rental fees. Good luck with your deliberations.