Oh boy. So I got the Rolleiflex from KEH. NOT in the condition I was hoping. I took a chance with BGN condition, and while the taking lens was in GREAT condition, the viewing lens just wasn't up to snuff. The focusing screen was just horrible, and while that can be replaced, I was pushing my budget for the Rollei and I'm not about to fork out to get all the dust out of the viewing lens if that's even possible. Anyway... I was driving around actually just looking for some good film when I came upon some used equipment in mint shape, and, travelling around the area, realized that there is a goldmine of great used equipment in my area. I realized I had paid too much for the Rolleiflex. I shopped about -- there was a Hasselblad Zeiss Planar 80mm f/2.8 T* for $180 -- just cleaned and had the shutter serviced and the glass was perfect, and the guy had some A12 backs too. I thought hey, that's a steal, I should get this. Ends up only one place in all of central Florida has a 500C/M body, and he was only selling it in a kit. Meh. Thennn I came across something else that I've been lusting after for a while. A baby speed graphic. Small enough that hand holding isn't an arduous workout, but with a roll film 6x7cm back and *gasp* bellows and movement. Not to mention the wonderful 101mm f/4.5 Ektar lens, the fast focal plane shutter, and the nice coupled rangefinder. All in wonderful condition. Easily better than any Speed Graphic I've ever seen. I'm so stupid when I took my test roll, I shot with the bellows extended WAY too far. I had the infinity locks down and didn't read the manual. Anyway... So I snatched it up... Got a Gossen N100 light meter and a new Giotto tripod and 3-way head... ALL together I paid $440 out the door. I'm about to go drop off my test roll that I took AFTER I read the manual. I'll try to post pictures but my laptop is dead and I'm about to head back to Edinburgh. My only qualm is it doesn't have the ground glass, only the roll film back. Anybody know where I can find the baby Speed Graphic graflok mount ground glass other than eBay? I couldn't find any on ebay. Nor on KEH. I really can't use the movements properly without it obviously, and I would love to be able to use the movements for architectural and landscape/cityscape shots around Edinburgh. I'm heading to Dublin with it on Monday. I have 3 rolls of Delta 100, 2 rolls of Ektachrome 100, 2 rolls of Portra 160, a roll of Velvia, and a roll of Provia, all 120. I'll try to use at least one of each, and post comparisons. I'm also going to try to snag a roll of the new Provia 400X if I can find one in 120. Anyway -- any advice, input, tricks, information, etc etc about Speed Graphics welcome. Sorry for such a damn long post.