Following on the previous post on verticals... I took my super speed graphic out this weekend for my first foray into correcting verticals on an old building downtown. As it turned out I couldn't fit the whole building in my frame (but that is another story). As this was my first real attempt to play with the rising front on this camera, it was interesting. I had a hard time deciding if all the verticals in the shot were in fact vertical if one was. I.e. I line up the closest corner of the building on the edge of my ground glass since I don't have any grid or anything else to use. Then I panned around to check the other verticals. They looked vertical when they were on the edge but not necessarily when they weren't. This was probably a trick of the eye. What method do others use to align verticals? I can't imagine that there would be anything wrong with using the edge of the frame, but then again these LF cameras never cease to amaze me at how complicated they can be for such a simple idea! Thanks.