Yes but there are a few issues I have with the RX-1 as a street shooter:
1. It is expensive. $2800 + $450 for the EVF.
The OVF is what you need for street work, at least in my experience.
I have a Fuji X-Pro1 and an XE-1. The XE-1 EVF lags a bit too much for my liking.
I'm sure the RX-1 is no better in this regard.
I've read the A99 has the same issues.
2. The OVF is $650 and it just an glass element. There is no camera data shown (unlike the Fuji's).
3. There are reports that it's AF is not that fast (again a problem that plagues the existing Fuji's too, but this can make street work harder).
The X100s "should" be a lot faster.
The X-Trans 1 sensor is already pretty damn good (as good as M9 most people agree), so if they have improved IQ 25%, then I think it's going to be up there with the best.
I've never shot a Leica M9 but I like the images produced by my Fuji's much better than anything I can get out of my 5D MK3.
The X100s is looking on paper to be a very capable street shooter...
I'm sure the X-Pro 2 is going to be very similar.