I think I might be in the segment that is most under threat from Canon's mirrorless competitors.
I am not a pro, never will be. I enjoy my photography, but not that enthusiastic (nor have specialist interests like sport) that I am about to buy things like a 7D mk II or L lenses...
I have had a succession of low-end Canon DSLRs - 450D, 500D, 600D - all bought a price points when I could sell on my current model and upgrade for a low cost - and been happy enough with mainly EF-S lenses and a couple of the cheaper EF primes.
I then bought lock stock and barrel into the EOS M as I wanted a more compact system and my small investment in Canon lenses and accessories was enough to tip me in favour of staying in the Canon world.
Good though the M is for the price, it does have many shortcomings. And my worry is now that Canon are not showing any commitment to the M system outside of Asia and so I have no guarantee that even if they address those shortcomings, Canon will be willing to sell it to me. Who knows? I was surprised like everyone that they didn't make the M2 available outside Asia, so there is no guarantee the M3 will be either should it arrive.
So now I look at the recent launches of the Sony A6000 and the Olympus OM-D E10, and can see that whilst they may not offer sufficient to tempt the committed Canon DSLR enthusiast away, they are good enough for the likes of me who might have bought an M2 or say a 700D.
Here in the UK it is interesting to note that the pre-order prices of the Sony A6000 (£729) and the Olympus OM-D E10 (£599) with kit lenses are both lower than the G1 X II (£749). And that is before you even add the price of the EVF to the G1 X II, that the others already have.
Now we can argue that these are not really competitors, but it does kinda highlight the VFM these cameras offer for their feature set compared to Canon.
And you might argue that I will never be able to get the quality of Canon L lenses on Sony or Olympus, but for people like me that is a mute point because I will never be buying L lenses for my existing Canon anyway...
In the mass consumer market where I am happy to select my Cameras from then I really am tempted now to jump to a A6000 or E10 as Canon offer me nothing that comes even remotely close feature wise IMO.
The lure of an M3 or M-Pro at some distant unknown point in the future, without a guarantee that even then they will be willing to sell it to me in the EU, isn't enough.
Canon need to be making signs really quick - even if it is just lenses - that they are committed to the mirrorless market in the EU or I am gone (probably before my summer holiday when I will be contemplating what camera I will take - and I don't want to be carting around a bulky DSLR...)