The thing that I felt that was not as good compared to the Sony A7rii was that the sensor was slightly lacking in the dynamic range department and megapixels. Don't be mistaken, this camera is a beast. It does everything well and then some. However, the Sony still edges out in terms of dynamic range and megapixels but only very slightly. Put it in a ring with the Sony and it will go toe to toe and it probably last far much longer in real life, thanks to its build quality. The lenses are another selling point of using a Leica system. Leica lenses are famed to be sharp across the the aperture range. No matter what aperture or focal length I used, it always comes back with images that are crisp.
Should you get one?
The question is not if you should get one because there are definitely cheaper alternatives and this system is relatively new with only 2 native lenses to its name. The question is do you want one? It is for the photographer who enjoys shooting with technicalities and specifications taken care of. Just using the camera alone to enjoy taking photos is worth the price tag. With camera phones taking over most of photo taking devices nowadays, using a proper camera with a excellent viewfinder is getting rare. I found myself putting my eye in to the viewfinder just to take photos compared to using the screen. It is truly a great camera in all aspects if you are able to look past the price tag.