The S2 is sweet, but still not really what I'm talking about. I mean like...a digital FE2/F3 or Nikkormat FT3, now that would be fantastic.
I don't think you can do a analog digital SLR without a LCD of some sort. Yes, you could store it in a CF card and look at it when you "develop" your photos in your computer, but that's way too old fashioned and I don't think anyone would want the inconveniences of film again. Plus there's the issue of white balance. No, I feel that there will at least still be a LCD and a joystick/selector of some sort with a couple extra buttons in addition to the usual, like DOF preview, ISO, shutter speed, aperture...
Which brings up a good point. Will G lenses work with the "manual" DSLR? I would assume they have to, right?
Outside the motion lenses, how many F-mount lenses on the market have an image circle large enough to cover a 30x45mm sensor?
I mean like a blend of digital and analog the way Leica does it, not as in a medium format DSLR.