Some background first. I started off in photography with an AE-1 and 50mm f/1.4 and loved shooting with it even to this day because of the manual controls. Looking at my sig, you'll see that I have all L lenses, but for the past year the zooms have been mostly gathering a beautiful coat of dust. Even for my photo shoots with models have been shot with only primes. It's just the way I shoot, it feels... right. Perhaps it's due to the fact I started out with a prime and smaller well built camera.
Recently I acquired an X100 and now my 5D2 and 7D have started to get that beautiful coat of dust that the zooms have. I've played with rangefinders before and love it. Granted the X100 isn't a rangefinder but it certainly has the "ethos" of one. I've spent a good few days thinking and reading about the M8 and M9 and it has planted a seed. If I sell all my Canon gear (minus the flashes), the M9 with 35 summicron, voigtlander 50mm f/1, and Leica 75mm f/2.5 is within range AND leave me with some money left over for accessories.
Am I crazy to even think of this? Just wondering what everyone else thinks... although I'm seriously thinking about it I doubt it'll happen. Or will it?
EDIT: I should add that my cousin and sister both have the 40D and 20D respectively and access to Canon lenses so I won't be without DSLRs if I do switch and the need arises.