Everything that you love about the M9 is there in the M Monochrom. Everything that annoys you about the M9 is also there in the M Monochrom – the same lethargic write speeds, the same low resolution LCD, and so forth. Of course, you lose the ability to shoot in colour, but you gain a significant increase in actual resolution, noticeably better high ISO capability, and the discipline that visualizing and shooting in monochrome provides. Old school photography at its best. Somehow, I think that Henri himself would approve, don't you?
Via Thomas Menk