In my quest to re-outfit myself for 4x5, I'm down to two camera options: 1) Toyo 45AII 2) Walker Titan SF As is always the case, no camera is perfect, and each has its positives and negatives, but these are both excellent, sturdy, rigid cameras. The Walker is a little more flexible in terms of movements and bellows extension, but the Toyo is a little easier to setup and "zero", has the revolving back, and a screen with no holes in the corners. So I'll be thinking about all this over the next few days and wanted some feedback on the following: The Walker cameras are pretty limited-production pieces, and in fact I don't think they will be in production much longer since Mike Walker has other projects to work on. So would that put you off as a buyer? I'm thinking about product support. What if something needs to be replaced? New bellows? A new lensboard at some point? With the Toyo, you can get all sorts of nifty accessories, extension backs etc. It's obviously more of a "system" than the Walker cameras. For example, it would be nice to use a compendium lens shade but I don't think there is such a thing for the Walker. Same story for viewing hoods, spare parts etc. It's a tough call. Thoughts?