I see the M50+EF-M 32 as the "compact digital rangefinder" analogue to e.g. the minolta himatic series with the advantage of a 60x90mm image field at MFD. Hang that around your neck and you are an unsuspicious tourist with instant access to your camera. It plays very well with EF lenses for tele / macro / UWA at the moment.I never understood the appeal of the M series. It's far more successful that I expected.
I'm not sure how small the L can be but it can be close to the size of an M.
I just find the thought of another set of lens, incompatible with R too much to be dealing with.
It make take years but it feels to me a system that will die out
Still in the short term it seems to be very successful for Canon.
It shows they can make nice small lens for mirrorless which I think would do well for the R when they are produced
While the EOS R/RP bodies are really expensive compared to the US (RP: 1700$, R: 2800$) I am not in the "grab-it-and-find-out" mood. But if a medium fast / high res / better video capabilitiy swiss knife EOS R enters the market I maybe are willing to use that for special jobs and the M50+EF-M 32 will stay for (1) walk around, (2) unsuspicious tourist cases and (3) standard focal length as 1st / 2nd body.