Last year my wife asked for a cheap TLR for Christmas, the idea being to dip a toe in the water and see if she liked them, but on a minimum investment, on the understanding that she would get something decent next year if it worked well. As I have never used TLRs myself and knew next to nothing about them I asked for advice here and got loads of very helpful comments, which eventually led me to getting her an old Seagull. Well, she loves it. She is currently busy creating a 120 film shortage round here and I am starting to get hints that this year she would like Santa to come up with something better (i.e. as good as possible so that she won't have to upgrade again). In particular, she'd like something with interchangeable lenses, majoring on the wide angle, preferably with the ability to take 220 film and a split prism focusing screen, and preferably something where you don't have to cock the shutter and wind on separately (to lower her accidental double exposure rate). From what I can tell, this means a Mamiya C330: do people agree? If so, could anyone explain the difference between the different variants ("f", "s" etc) and advise on how reliable they are and how suitable they are for hand holding? Also, could anyone tell me what sort of things I should look out for when buying one used (in other words, what kind of things tend to go wrong with them)? I don't know if there is a web site dedicated to them anywhere? I couldn't find one. Finally, hunting round the web I seem to detect something of a controversy over which lenses are sharper: the old chrome plated ones or the newer black ones. Any ideas? She would probably want to start with a standard 80mm and a 55mm wide angle and her work is mainly of archaeology and architecture, where resolution and crisp contrast is more important than flattery. Many thanks, David. p.s. yes I know it's only August, but I like to be organised.