People from this contry seems to embrace the Dig"""l world with open arms. But then they seems to reject the analouge world in the process... Good for me! I just had three interesting encounters with friendly people... the first one came up here, and brought me an old 4x5 MPP wiew camera, with a nice Schneider lens, and three interesting small Zeiss Luminar lenses (for macro work) in shutter... a gift, he said. The second phoned me this afternoon. he has two Durst Laborator's (138) with a lot of lenses to go with it - a Plaubel 4x5 wiew camera, and a Hasselblad with several lenses.... Not as a gift (as it comes from a museum, and museums can't by law give things away), but as a "loan" as long as I want.... The third is a commercial photographer going Digi""l. I am not excately sure what he has, but he mentioned "some Sinar's and some Pentaxes among other stuff.... My only problem here is, that I am running out of space to place my enlargers... and the Hasselblad is too fragile for my students to use.. Still - I feel blessed.