So, I'm very happy with my Bronica ETRSi and it's my main system for all of my work. For some time, however, I've been wanting a nice rangefinder for general, everyday shooting, and to have as an excellent secondary camera when I shoot events (weddings, etc.) where I could leave my ETRSi on its tripod and still have a great, quick-to-use camera for impromptu shots. I've been looking at the Mamiya 6 and 7s for a while and like what I see. I've also looked hard at the harder to find Bronica 645 RF and, to be honest, would probably be happier with this model since it seems very portable and I'm not desperate for the 6x6 or 6x7 size (though the larger film sizes would be nice to work with as well - and I already have the neg. carriers for both for my Beseler 23 Anyhow, I was wondering if there's anything else out there that has, say, aperture priority auto exposure in a medium format RF? I haven't even looked into 35mm cams but I suppose that might be a smart way to go as well - faster lenses to allow for lower ISO keeping the photos nice and sharp at 11x14 (my main printing size). Would a 35mm cam be a smart idea here? Considering I've been looking at MF RFs costing $1200+ my budget is fairly loose - I'd just like to make sure I get something I can keep for a looong time and will put to frequent use. Please, any suggestions would be very welcome. Again I'm primarily interested in MF, but portability and functionality come well ahead of my film-size preferences. Thanks!