I finally went on vacation (to Japan, while the cherry blossoms were blooming) and came back convinced I should get back into film as a hobby, even though I only took a digital camera. Interested in medium format, 6x6 or 6x7--holding a huge Velvia slide sounds like so much fun. I would mostly be shooting while hiking around the LA area on weekends. From reading various threads and articles it seems like the RB67 would be perfect? Relatively cheap, heavy but not an issue since I'll be using a tripod anyway, durable, revolving back, used market is plentiful, repair service doesn't seem impossible to find, all mechanical (I'm sure electronics failures are not actually a huge problem, but it's appealing to imagine having to deal with "only" mechanical issues is better--maybe that's ridiculous though). Are there alternatives I should be considering more seriously? I was considering getting a Bronica SQ-A, which seems like another great option. Large format seems entertaining but intimidating and harder to start with, but I could be wrong on that. My goal is just to have fun with a new medium and make myself think about what I'm looking at instead of walking by and taking quick snaps on my phone!