It is funny how we end up going full circle in life....I started with an OM-1 and "advanced" to an EOS system with auto-focus zoom lenses. Since then I've learned to love TLRs and 4x5 cameras for their simplicity and control. I've come to realize that, for me, 35mm is about low light, small and portable. This means fixed focal length lenses, no auto-focus and manual winding. Modern autofocus cameras miss the mark. There are quite a few that fit this description, but I'd really like one with spot metering. I use a spot meter with the LF and very rarely miss an exposure. This is not so true with my Canon with matrix or center weighted metering. My only thought is a later OM body, but I suspect there are other possibilities. Any suggestions?