Sorry, my post is kinda long, but I want to give people the info they need for useful answers. I tried to be thorough to prevent having to navigate my needs all the way through the thread. I am newish to medium format, and haven't really been shooting film very long (8 months), but I hope long enough to know a bit more about what I am looking for. I have been studying cameras and film nightly for my own enrichment. For medium format, I want to be able to shoot a few types of lenses, and really like having 2 or three lenses, nothing above 50mm, with me for my 35mm cameras. I just recently stumbled on a Tokina 17mm FD mount (for 20 bucks!) and that inspired me to upgrade from an AE-1P to the older EF body. I have a couple folders: an Isolette 1 6x6 (awesome) and an old Agfa 6x9 PB20 (was a mess of light leaks and has very limited exposure range, meh.) I enjoy using my YashicaMat 124 after fixing it. You can see that my current MF stuff is fixed lens. I take the Isolette and the Canon with 3 lenses if I am on foot, but with the stroller its like driving a truck full of cameras and a baby just happens to be there. I would like to be able to put a multi lens MF system together and just take that for foot travel. I would love to get something that would let me shoot close to the 17mm equivalent Tokina but guess that is not possible, cheaply anyway. How about 24mm equivalent? I am also fond of the ability to use 220 film as my developer charges the same money for 120 or 220! 645 6x6 6x7 6x9 all OK with me. Swappable film backs look great, but they are not a necessity. Waist level finders are fine larger format cameras with roll film backs are fine too because they fold up pretty small. I have seen in person: C330, but they are too big for my needs, sheesh! Kowa super66 seem a bit finicky and limited availability. Hasselblad, $$$$$$$$$$ Mamiya RZ67 seems OK, a little big, and I dont know that much about the lenses Never touched, but seem interesting. Praktica or Pentacon six cameras look big but have several lenses available. Mamiya 23 multi lens system, weird looking but so what Mamiya 6 or 7, I cant touch them for the money $$$$$ Busch pressman D or similar look very interesting! Something 2x3 or 4x5 with a roll back would be fine, but I have no idea about wide angle lenses here. A simple box camera (homemade even) with a lens would be fine too! I could carry 3 of them and get varying lenses that way. hmmmm...? I have my own small, low tech machine shop, and don't mind digging deep into a camera to fix something or making something up. I cant afford perfect, fancy and highly sought after equipment. However, I don't want to have to do this every time I put a roll through the camera; if I can fix it once and use it for a year or two, that sounds fine. Almost all my cameras have been through this anyway. What would you guys suggest. I am cheap, I cant afford a Hassy, I don't want some complicated electronic gizmo and an unrepairable, crappy Russian camera collection is not something I want. Thanks! I know its a lot to read through and think about!