I've been looking (and loosing) at a lot of auctions on eBay for a Nikon FM (or variant). keh.com seems to have some pretty good deals on models marked "BGN" ("bargain"). They describe bargain products as "70-79% of original condition. Shows more than average wear. May have dents, dings and a goodly amount of brassing and finish loss. Glass may have marks that should not affect picture quality." I don't mind some meaningless cosmetic damage on the camera, but does "glass" refer to the finder and/or mirror box or is glass in this reference only applicable to lenses?