It's funny that all these "innovative" features are things we already have on other cameras...
Anyway, as someone who does video for a living, let me break all your hopes that the M10 will be a magnificent video camera:
-No anti-aliasing filter is terrible for video. People are buying special filters from a company called "Mosaic Engineering" to INCREASE anti-aliasing (effectively blurring the image) on the 5D mark 2. Aliasing is much more of a pain on video, because stuff moves.
-To do video well on photo cameras is not as easy as dropping in a Cmos. The only camera companies who have been doing it well are the ones that also make video recorders: Canon, Panasonic, and Sony a little. Does Leica have a history in making digital video cameras? For now they have enough difficulty with digital photo cameras
-Unless Leica is going with in-body stabilization, video is going to be damn shaky, especially with a small unergonomic (for video) body like that.
-That amazing resolving power of the M lenses and the new 20+ pixel sensor? Won't see a bit of that on a HD video. HD is like what, 4MP? It is actually bad if the sensor has too many MPs, though full frame does help here.
So the video on the M10 will not be for pros or PJs, who need more reliable and higher quality stuff. My canon 550D is probably a better video camera then the M10 will be. The video function of the M10 will be for the occasional family movie, and to play and try out how M lenses will look on full frame video. And there is nothing wrong with that.
And if you can afford an M10, you can also afford a small camcorder with it. For me the M10 doesn't need to have video at all, wasn't the whole point of it beauty in simplicity? I hope that they will hide it away in the menues and don't give it a dedicated button (the way Ricoh did it is good), not that I will buy an camera like the M10 anyway. If only the M9 was cheaper, that has everything I need for photos and nothing more. Just make that more reliable and responsive. I have different cameras for video.