Also fully agree :thumbs::thumbs::thumbs::thumbs::thumbs:You know the saying. Don't try to catch falling knifes. L-mount prices will head only one way. On paper the L-mount alliance convinces. In reality though, size and weight of what they want an aging FF camera customer base to lug around will hardly find a lot of buyers.
First the L-mount Leica lenses (and cameras) were (are) far too heavy for my taste, then the L-mount alliance members started doing the same with super heavy lenses (especially looking at you Sigma, but also Panasonic) and then these heavyweight S1/S1R - no thanks!
Quality may just be outstanding, but I never ever will be willing to carry these sizes and weights around!
And YES, I am aging obviously and I almost never ever will shoot studio anymore where I would not mind size and weight.
Sony and Nikon are currently doing much better in the weight and size fraction, Canon not so much as their new RF lenses are ALL very much on the heavy side.
So if I will ever go back to FF it will be either Sony or Nikon - we will see, but again, the Fuji X system is looking better and better for me and my needs!