We all differ in preferences and usage. I really like the 24-105mm (non-L) on my 6D2, and use it the most of any lens. On an M it is more like a normal to small telephoto, so if that is your preferred range, great. I travel now with the G5X II, which is 24-120 equivalent, and find I am more limited on the wide end than on the long end. When I get home, I'm always stitching together panoramas for both interiors and landscape vistas. I have handled an M50 just briefly and it had an M lens on, so I don't really know what it would be like with an EF zoom, but would expect it to be rather front-heavy. I realize you can adapt your hold to fit. After all, I do handheld shots with my 100-400mm on the 6D2.I use the 24-105 L as a walkaround on a M6 II. It is def NOT too big. And the range? Quite nice actually.
I tried stitching together six shots of the Pantheon dome, and still didn't get it all.