My second Pentax 67 has developed sticky mirror syndrome and as much as I love this camera optically - call me superstitious - it hates my guts. My first Pentax 67 body was this way when I got it, and after sending it back to the repair 'specialist' three times (they couldn't fix it), so I let it go. The replacement body, which I bought here on APUG, looked and behaved flawlessly, until now. To say I am disappointed is an understatement, as I haven't been able to consistently make pictures on film, mechanical-worry free, for quite some time now. I'd like a camera in this format that I can depend on to a great extent - with the usual expectation of a yearly CLA. Quite honestly, I am willing to compromise on flawless optics and ergonomics, so long as it will get me through a solid stretch of shooting without anxiety attacks every time I press the shutter, and has a consistency of visual output. I'm after something in the same sort of price range - give or take.