That's good to know, thanks. Not to go off topic, but I'll share some of my thoughts I've had as I've gotten more in depth in my deliberations and handled the camera in store. In case it'll be helpful to anyone else along the way.
Size- first thing that struck me was that it was smaller and lighter than I'd expected. The CameraSizeComparison website hadn't prepared me for just how tiny a camera it is. It's relatively comparable to my Fuji X-A10, even with the viewfinder bump. Not the same, mind you, but in the neighborhood at least, and that's a plus.
EVF- was well-sized and clear. Would be easy to use.
Autofocus- lightning fast. Immediately apparent it's better and more confident than I was used to.
Grip- here I have to qualify. Having a grip is better than not, and while the depth seemed about right, it's too skinny for my tastes. I'd rather it be chunkier, just a little bit, so I don't have to nearly do leopard's fist to hold it. (FWIW I thought the M6 felt worse and I'm not sure how that's possible because I thought they were the same.)
Screen- as a matter of personal preference, for what I'd use this for, I prefer a tilt rather than a flip out screen.
Other qualms- lens selection, size of system when using adapted lenses, features relative to competitors, price.
I appreciate everyone's insights/opinions. I think if I had only ever been in the Canon ecosystem, exclusively, it'd be a nice option. Or if I vlogged. But right now it's looking like it might not be for me.