I've got a chance to pick up a Plaubel Peco Junior -- most of what I see on the web refers to these as 6X9 cameras, but the front standard of this camera is marked 10X15/9X12. Bellows are shot, so I'd have to find new ones. Comes with a funky (but looks like Plaubel-made) back that has a vertical 6X9 groundglass, and space next to it for a roll-film back. You focus on the glass, then slide the panel sideways to shoot the image. Comes with a somewhat tatty Schneider Kreuznach Xenar 150mm f/4, and a frozen 90mm Angulon (if I remember correctly). I like the camera because it oozes precision craftsmanship from 50 years ago. The camera and rail are in pretty good shape, though the lubricants will need to be cleaned off and replaced. Any thoughts on what value this would have? I can probably get it for around $200, assuming I can talk my wife into it! Can I find replacement bellows? Am I out of my mind?