Pros the leica feeling
Cons the price is high
Pros GREAT lens. Gorgeous colour and tonal range. Make extraordinary and memorable images.images.
Cons Price. Size. Weight. Some noise at 1600 ISO.
Summary This is quite simply the finest DSLR that I have ever used. I learned on a Nikon F1 and a Canon A1, but I became a photographer when a friend gave me his old Leica M6 Rangefinder. This camera embodies a lot of the intuitive nature of the old Rangefinders, and the manual dial controls are a dream. The image quality is absolutely outstanding and the build is second to none. This is a very different experience from using a Nikon 200D. Try it. If it is for you, you'll know it very quickly. If not, the Nikon and Canon high-end DSLRs are extraordinary too, though in very different ways.
Be aware that if you plan to shoot RAW, it is true that you can buy a Lumix DMC-L1 and get virtually the same camera for a lot less dosh. Very worth considering. That said, I have no regrets about getting this superb creative tool. People who rate it poorly simply want a different sort of camera. If the Leica way inspires the artist in you, give this and the L1 a try. They are second to none.