If you care about the looks and if you're going to use it regularly, bogelgelbo's is good advice. I personally don't baby my gear, and it shows on my ZM, which wore quickly.
After just 6 months of "heavy" use (1-2 rolls a day on average), I had to replace the covering -- it had turned to sticky mush because I often carried it "in hand" and not on a neck/shoulder strap. Another year and the body paint was bubbling in at least three places. Another year after that and there are numerous areas and edges where the paint is worn or wearing through. It simply did not age gracefully.
For all the cosmetic imperfections, it still works just fine -- only the frame selector lever is (sometimes) sticky. Other than that it functions like new, despite the wear. (Full disclosure: I do not use my ZM on a regular basis anymore, but that's for completely unrelated reasons. It worked flawlessly the last time I ran a roll through it -- last month.)
EDIT: To the OP, sorry that we're not supplying what you wanted: pics!
Originally Posted by bogelgelbo
I just use a simple camera bag when I'm traveling on my motorcycle and took it out while using a short handstrap when walking with the camera. The not so good part is the rubber covering wore out very quickly in my hand because I always holding it while walking. The paint wore out too because I don't really baby the camera.
I would recommend a halfcase if you are planning to keep it look pristine.