The old box it sits on really appeals to me – I have kept prints in it for 25 years.
I had the luxury of a choice of 2 Summicron possibilities – a 1958 chrome rigid, or a 1981 black Canada tab. I ended up with neither – I eventually got the one on the M6, a modern, sharp, version 4 from the 1990s. Just beautiful.
Last, but certainly not least, the wonderful Canon 7, up close and personal, coupled with the fantastic Canon 50mm f1.2 lens, an optic made well before the release of the fabled Leitz Noctilux, is capable of incredible imagery. This camera and its CdS-equipped siblings are the pinnacle of the screw mount rangefinder camera design.
Postscript – The M5 has had to go to pay for the M6…