I've had the itch for some time to get a camera for handheld square shots (my old Bronica SQ-A is somewhat limited in that regard, and I hate the EVS system on the Vb Rolleicord I picked up cheap). Ideally, 'my' camera would be a Mamiya 6, but they're holding value quite well. Too well. Rolleiflexes are nice, but after a good CLA and new screen, they're right there with the Mamiya 6. Aside from the Yashica-Mat or Autocord (both options, but it seems fewer nice ones are popping up), that leads me to the late C220/C330. New, reliable, built like a tank, good optics... but built like a tank. Or so I've heard. Lots and lots of complaints, 'oh just get a Rolleiflex,' etc. I'm not talking about going on hikes or anything, mostly an afternoon at the ballpark or time at roadside carnivals, wandering for a few hours at a time. Any reason to think that the C-series is unsuitable? Or are there any other issues that might make one less than ideal for carrying and handholding?