I just bought a couple of graflex roll film holders on ebay. I got a really good buy if they are what the seller claimed. If nothing else, I needed the frame of one, I seemed to have hit mine with a cutoff wheel, Don't ask. But I love the mystique of cut film. Yes roll film is more convenient which is why cut film pretty much lost out for outside the studio shooting. Doesn't matter when you shoot retro nothing draws a crowd like inserting and removing a film holder. Pulling a dark slide really puts you in touch with the early days of the craft. Still it is massively inconvenient. I have one roll film with a 127 raptor lens that is really a great little outfit. I shot that retro wedding with it. I want to put together a backup I guess. Also one that will shoot strobe, nothing I have now will do that. I have a very old polaroid roll film 160 made by yashica for polaroid. It is a dynamite lens but the shutter is pure polaroid not very versitile, but for stobe who cares. I have one other 2x3 camera but it has the cut film back, I think I want to keep it that way at least for a while. I have a couple of 3x4 and even a 4x5 cut film version so I guess that is enough to satisfy my need to play retroman. I guess the question is: Is it just me or do you feel different about the image after manipulating a lot of stuff... Not really a tech question just an attitude one I guess.