I am currently using Nikon F501 (N2020) and have been shooting with it for the past 9 years. My dad stopped using the camera a long time ago so I assumed it... I had it overhauled in 2006 because the mirrors won't work right when the temperature gets low(I lived in Michigan). However ever since, I just felt that there's something not right with the metering. The problem becomes even more significant when I switched from consumer grade negatives like Kodak Gold to pro Kodak Ektar. When shooting in bright light, like sunny days, it tends to get over exposed. So before an affordable full frame gets to the market, I am still going to stick to film. I have been looking at some of the later Nikon SLRs like the F75, F90x F100, F5 and F6. F5 and F6 is definitely out of my price range. F100 is probably my upper limit price wise. F75 seems like a really good choice but it has a lot of plastic. I've never held it before so I don't know if I will mind it. So do any of you have suggestion or experience with any of these camera bodies?