Hi all, I've been looking around for a while now for what I feel would be an ideal workhorse for the kind of work I do but I'm not sure if exactly what I'm looking for exists. I'm looking for a medium format SLR with a focal plane shutter (or some type on in-body shutter), and tilt/swing/shift movements. I'm just trying to get a comprehensive list of what is out there so that I can A) figure out if what I want really exists and B) figure out what the best option would be. I do a lot with homebrew optics so a camera with focal plane shutter is a must. After all its not very easy or cost effective to mount a bunch of homebrew lenses in shutters. Movements are also necessary in that I'd like to be able to put on a normal i.e. non-homebrew lens and mount the camera on a tripod and have perspective control and tilts like I have on my LF view cameras. A few possibilities that I know exist: Hasselblad Flexbody and Arcbody: From what I know, the Flexbody is quite limited in its movements. The Arcbody on the other hand has a much wider range of movements. I don't believe either has a focal plane shutter, is this true? Is there any focal plane shutter option for Arcbody or do you have to use it with lenses with built in shutters? Rollei SL66/ SL66E: I've wanted one of these for a while. I think this has everything I need. Can anyone speak to the range of its tilting mechanism? Bronica S2A with tilt/shift bellows attachment: I've seen this online but I don't know much about it and its limits. Also, the bellows are apparently very hard to find and expensive. Are there any other options? Again, I use view cameras regularly so please don't recommend one as an option as that is not what I'm looking for. I'd very much appreciate any help and recommendations that fit within the parameters of what I'm looking for. Thanks for the help!!