I'm a total MF n00b and I'm looking for some advice. I know there are plenty of threads on this, because I've searched and read lots of them. Problem is: I'm still on the fence. I've narrowed down my search to a couple cameras and I'd like some advice. In order of most-to-least favored: 1. Pentax 67 (II) MLU 2. RB67 Pro SD 3. Maybe a Rolleiflex f2.8 or Hasselblad 500 series I plan to shoot mostly travel and street, some portrait, occasional landscape, and I like faster lenses for interiors with available light. I also plan to shoot mostly B&W, if that makes any difference. My budget is sorta flexible, but I'd like to get in under $600 with lens. I like the Pentax because of the form factor and the faster lenses. My biggest concern is with shooting hand held and the shutter at slower shutter speeds I've heard is terrible. I don't plan on switching up film stocks much, so I don't need that function from the RB/RZ. The RB seems like the best bang-for-buck, and i could probably afford a couple extra lenses right away. The glass in the "KL" series seems pretty good. I'm not as concerned with the bulkiness of the body as I'm used to carrying around much bigger cameras. I don't like the slowness of the lenses (I think f3.5 is the fastest.) I prefer 6x7 over 6x6, mostly because I'm a filmmaker and square makes less sense to me, but I might learn to really like square. The quality of the glass in the Rollei and Hasselblads are pretty appealing. I don't know if I could afford a decent Hasselblad on my budget. I haven't found a huge supply of Rolleiflex lenses, I really don't know anything about them, but I'd like a camera with a couple decent lenses, so I'm not sure if the Rolleiflex would be that. Any input is appreciated, thanks!