How about that much anticipated firmware update to the current EOS-M?
EXACTLY! I mean honestly, Canon's handling of complaints about the M's AF has been disappointing. I'll admit, I was an early adopter. Yeah, the AF speed is not very good. But I don't ask it to do what an SLR will do. As long as I'm not in low light, it is usable, work fine for general photography, and let's face it, for its size, the M has really great IQ. But that doesn't mean I don't want a firmware update to at least try to address the AF speed. And it sure feels like M owners have been abandoned with the expectation that if we want even a modest improvement in the camera's performance, we are going to be buying the "M2". No thanks... I like it for what it is and I'll keep it until it is basically worthless on resale (probably won't take long), but I'm feeling pretty much like an afterthought for Canon - no AF improvement, no fast prime lenses, more mediocre slow zooms I have no interest in.