I'm interested in a 645 camera with a wide-angle lens; more specifically I'm interested the the Fuji GA645W, GS645S, or GA645. My top priorities is a camera that is portable, compact, durable, and inexpensive. I'm also considering a Mamiya 645 or Pentax 645 cameras as those seem to have better optics at a similar price but at the expense of portability and compactness. For the Fuji rangefinders: 1) How is the bokeh? I don't care so much for sharpness but I do care about bokeh. I don't like very harsh bokeh. From browsing through flickr, it seems that the Mamiya has the best bokeh, but that also depends on the subject and photographer.. 2) How is the handling? I prefer landscape orientation. Do you users find the native vertical orientation annoying? This is probably more of a personal question. 3) How is the shutter life? I've heard that the 6x7/6x9 rangefinder shutter life is low (500 rolls?), is this the same for 645 rangefinders? Is there anyone in the US that services them? Essex? 4) How is the durability? I've heard that these cameras are very plasticy. 5) How is the auto-focus? I don't care for autofocus, but it seems that it's the better option if I want a 45mm because the GS645W is scalepfocus and with a slower lens. 6) How is the rangefinder/viewfinder? Is it decent? I have some 120 folders (S. Ikonta III and S. Isolette) and those, to me, are pretty good or atleast better than what I expected. Would I expect the Fuji RF's to be comparable? I've heard that they aren't that great. 7) Is the shutter loud? 8) Anything else I should know? I'm interested in the Fuji's because of their size/portability and rangefinder focusing; but my concerns are in the optics (bokeh) and durability.