It's too bad that the only active thread in this EOS-M forum is a juvenile pissing match regarding the M system and what it woulda, coulda, shoulda been.
Well, perhaps you could rescue that thread by explaining why the various complaints about it are unjustified, why what some of us perceive as flaws are, in fact, not flaws at all (or even virtues). For my part, I was impressed by the image quality, and if it had an EVF and performed (in terms of AF speed & accuracy etc.) anywhere near as well as, say, an Olympus OM-D, I would have kept it; but it doesn't, so I didn't.
What, exactly, is wrong with expressing disappointment in a product (especially when it does such a good job in some respects)? If you aren't bothered by its perceived flaws - much of this is a matter of taste, of course - well, so much the better for you.
(The answer to Neuro's question, of course, is "both"!)