For about $1000, I'm looking for a camera the use primarily on a tripod, with as much medium format film real estate as possible (my scanner doesn't scan 4x5, and as much as I've lusted after a decent field view camera, I realized in the end I'm too poor for the accessories and continued costs). I'll mostly be using it for cityscapes and landscapes, with relatively long exposures due to low light and slow film the norm. I do, however, have interest in creating makeshift studio conditions in my flat for both portraits and still life. Speed and handholding is not important to me -- my 35mm setup covers that now, and somewhere down the line I plan on getting a MF rangefinder. So through all my research I've settled on the RB67 -- it's a fully mechanical workhorse that has tons of accessories available, great lenses, produces a huge neg, has bellows for close-up focusing on all lenses, and more. I prefer the 6x7 neg to a 6x6 one. I love the fact that it has leaf shutter lenses. My imagined kit, for about $1000 (and it does cash in that way with EX items on KEH) is an RB67 Pro body w/ waistlevel, 120 Pro-SD 6x7 back, 65mm f/4 KL lens, and 127 f/3.5. So am I making the right choice for the things I've described? Is there anything I should be looking out for? A different lens setup? Just words of encouragement about this system? Thanks!