hi all, just got a calumet 4x5 monorail with a schneider kreuznach technika symmar f5.6 135mm lens. i don't know anything about it, but it was only $100 including shipping and sally mann shoots in large format. so i want to too. she was 8x10, but i'm starting smaller to learn. from the photos, it looks like the a segment of the bellows might be slightly bent. this matter at all, as long as they don't leak? description said the camera worked well and seller had 100% positive with over 1,000 sales. there was only 5 minutes left in the auction, so i went ahead without doing proper research. photo prompting the question here. sounds like i'll need developing tubes. which are more expensive than the camera. do i really need to spend $75 for three tubes or $175 for a kit? if so, which should i go for? looks like the kit just includes three more tubes and a tray with holders, but as i have to do this in the dark maybe those holders make a big difference? and maybe being able to do six at a time instead of three is worth the extra cash? i'll need a tripod, of course. i've been using an old vhs camcorder tripod for my other cameras. probably won't work for this thing. any recommendations? anything else i'll need? thanks! edit: oh man, all the sudden my v600 really sucks.