I knew, in the back of my mind, that this day was approaching. I guess I knew it the moment I used the M7II for the first time and a little voice in the back of my head whispered "you really want to like this, but you don't." That pretty much sums up my experience with rangefinders in general, of which this was my first. I love this camera, as a camera. As a piece of engineering. I like looking at it, I like the feel of it, I looove the performance of its amazing lenses (the 80 and 50 specifically). I love the big 6x7 negative. What I don't like is using it. I've given it a year now, trying to force myself to overlook its shortcomings, but I can't seem to. I think a year is long enough. It's not the 7 specifically, it's just the rangefinder experience when it comes to shooting *landscapes*. I really enjoy using it on the rare occasion I shoot street, but for landscapes I'm sorry, it just sucks, for me. It lends itself to a spontaneous, fast-paced style of shooting which I really dislike. I would much rather take my time, set the camera up on the tripod after finding the right composition, perfectly frame the shot, place the graduated density filter exactly where I want it, and then click. I can't do most of that with the 7. Framing is not exact. But it's the GND's, in fact the entire filter experience in general, that I abhor. GND's are a big part of my 'workflow', so it's a deal breaker. Anyway, I've found that I crop a lot of my shots to square, and the minimalist landscapes I enjoy tend to work well in that form factor, so I thought of a Hasselblad. I'v done some research in the last few days but don't know nearly enough to know what a good landscape setup would be. I'd like to keep the same focal lengths (equivalents, anyway, since it's a slightly different aspect ratio) but am open to anything really. An 80 is a must, as is a super wide (nothing wider than ~24mm in 35mm terms though). This would be primarily for landscapes, but since it's a much more versatile camera than the 7II I might end up branching out with it a bit. I'm not too crazy about waist level finders so I'd definitely be wanting a prism. One thing that's so different and a bit intimidating about hasselblads compared to the mamiya is the sheer number of accessories and money-wasting opportunities out there! With the Mamiya it's: body, 3 lenses, done. Definitely doesn't seem to be like that with hasselblads. I would like to stay with a modern body, so I was considering the 503CW, which I guess is the newest body. Also, I'd be buying all of this through the boards or KEH. Hasselblad's new pricing is almost as bad as Mamiya USA's. Almost. In short, looking for advice on a body, 2-3 lenses, and any accessories you guys recommend, conducive to landscapes. Thanks!