As always, I'm looking for new ways to photograph the world. I've been looking on ebay at both Crown and Speed Graphics. I've done research, and do know the basics between the two. I have a few questions, and would like to hear some experiences from users of both. What I'm looking to use it for is: - hand-holdable 4x5 environmental portraiture and documentary, industrial, landscape... etc. - I don't really need many movements. I would like some tilt and or swing though to create a dreamy look. - I'm not going to be using a flash. - Basically I want a 4x5 point and shoot rangefinder. I do have a few questions that I couldn't find answers. - I have a Fujinon W 135/5.6 lens. Could I get a graphic and use this lens on it? Advantages? disadvantages? - Do either cameras have a revolving back? If so how does the rangefinder adjust from "landscape" to "portrait?" - Which camera or model has the best rangefinder? - Which one is more suitable for hand-held photography? - And lastly, I know the Crown graphic is lighter and doesn't have a focal plane shutter. Would there be advantages to having a focal plane shutter? Thanks for the help!