You're right. I should have included the DMC-GF1 with the 20mm f/1.7 pancake in my little table but I'll plead the fact that it doesn't look at all pretty to my eyes so I tend to forget it exists (a terrible reason, I know) plus the fact I couldn't work out what the overall depth of camera plus lens is.
Having read and watched a lot about what makes the M9 rangefinder so unique I can understand why it will sell. The price is probably fair given that they only make around 12,000 M bodies (film and digital) a year and they may well sell less than 30,000 before the M10 arrives. And if you need a full-frame digital rangefondler
(sic) then the M9 is the only game in town.
As for the X1, well I'm sure that Leica will sell all the cameras they care to make, if for no other reason than the for the Leica badge. But I think the price reflects their need to recoup development costs on what will be, by the standards of the big players, a tiny production run rather than reflecting any commensurate increase in technical superiority. Maybe I'll be proved wrong by the reviews but that's my gut feeling at the moment. Sorry.
According to this post
Leica are now making 120 M9 cameras a day. No source given for that figure but the implication is clear that if Leica can maintain that production then they'll be producing nearer 30,000 M9 cameras a year. Given their previous rate (12,000) my guess is that they've ramped up initial production to try and meet the huge demand. Long may it continue as I'd hate to see Leica do anything but succeed.