Sneaking this aside back into the thread before it's completely lost. Also, it's somewhat on topic as the Leica SL definitely looks like something that'd fit in the style of an EPNY-wearing user.
Medium format! That is epic. The SL looks much like the S, don't you think? Down to the placement of buttons and EVF and the like. I'm super happy with the SL system and I've traded in my old Canon 5DMk3 + 24-70 + 70-200 set. The SL and its native lenses are more than sufficient for my basic "DSLR needs" (fast moving action where I'm stuck 15-20 feet away and I need a tele lens, etc).
But my daily carry is a digital rangefinder (M-P typ 240) and usually the Noct. Tricky to focus as you noted, but the results are so phenomenal when you nail the shot.
The SL does look and handle similarly to the latest S Typ 007, but the older S cameras feel very different in the hand. Compared to my older S camera, I think we're talking the difference between a modern car you'd find new on the lot today, and a tractor.
The S2 and S/S-E Typ 006 cameras are much thicker throughout and feel more like the mutant lovechild of an old Leica R SLR body, a Canon 5D, a Nikon D2H (or F6), and the old FireWire 400 interface Phase P+ digital backs (look at the four button interface on the back and their old Capture One partnership in the M8 days).