I mostly use a 57 Deardorff, but sometimes I like a smaller/lighter view camera. For this I have 2 different 4x5s, a metal Canham and a wooden Toko (yes, Toko with a K, about 15 years old, never a popular brand). I've been thinking of getting rid of one or both of the 45s. I don't need two. The Canham is okay, but it is a bit of a puzzle to open and set up. It is really more camera than I need. The Toko is pretty close to what I want, but it too has a few features I don't need and it suffers flimziness for these. I like rise, fall, tilt, and swing in the front, and tilt, swing in the back. I like the front as well as the back to focus so that close up work is easier. I like to be able to use lenses from 58mm to 300mm and maybe some day I'll get that 47xl. I like the light weight of the Toko. It is probably 3 pounds. If I wanted a 6 pound camera I'd use the Deardorff (7 lbs?). It has 14" of bellows and focuses front and rear. So the question is should I sell one, both, or none of these cameras and buy what? I looked over the View Camera Mag list of view cameras and I didn't see anything better than what I have. My most recent thought would be to modify the Toko to firm it up a bit, removing the rear shift, etc. Am I asking too much? Is anybody else using this camera? Have you modified it?