I've been looking for a nice Mamiya RZ67 with the 110mm 2.8 and a Hasselblad 500C with the Zeiss Planar 80mm 2.8 for several years, as of today I now have both. Thursday I decided to stop by a local camera shop and see what they had that was interesting, I brought along two Canon EOS crop sensor lenses, a 10-18 f4.5-5.6, and a 55-250 f4-5.6 for trading material. Low and behold I'm not in the shop 5 minutes and I spy a very nice RZ with the 110mm 2.8 and one 120 back for $360, after checking it out I managed to trade my lenses even up for it. I took it out yesterday and shot a roll of Acros through it ran home and developed it and everything looks exccellant, score #1. Today I was bored so I went back to have a look see and spied a near mint Hasselblad 500C with an A12 back and Zeiss Planar 80mm 2.8 with no price on it. I had picked up a Canon 60D kit with the 18-135 3.5-5.6 several months ago to see how I'd like going digital, and it just didn't work out for me, so I took it along for trading material today. I looked the Hasselblad over and checked it out and everything seemed A-Ok. Even the commonly whacked self timer works, and it actually sounds healthy. So I brought in my 60D for them to look over, and 10 minutes later I walked out the door after trading it even for the Hasselblad and a pro-pack of Fuji Acros, score #2. I will be taking the Hasselblad out to test it tomorrow. Now that I've gotten both of my grail cameras in 1 week and both are in excellant shape I'm thinking that maybe I should be out buying a lottery ticket. I checked the codes a little bit ago the 'Blad body was made in 1968, the lens is from July of 1969, and the back from 1987.