I just picked up a Sears KSX-P. I'm pretty impressed with it. I'm used to the post-Walmart world where a store-branded product is cheap crap. This looks like Sears had some pride in their photographic offerings. Looking over the owner manual, I think the Sears was actually nicer than the Chinon CP-5 it was rebranded from. The Chinon's markings aren't as intuitive as the Sear's ("L" vs "Off" - I know which one is more obvious to me).
I also got a Ricoh 50mm F2 lens. Plastic body, but good damping and darned near pancake depth. So far it seems like a fun little camera.
The 50mm f2.0 that came with my Sears body is probably a Ricoh lens as well. Might even be the same lens. The mechanical parts are in like-new shape. Everything moves and functions as it should. Just need to wait for some film to return to check everything else. I'm quite impressed the the feel of this camera and the quality as well. Every bit as nice as any of my Nikon EMs.
The mailman was my best friend yesterday! This camera was saved from the trash, litterally! Nothing wrong with it! A friend of mine is a personal chef for a very wealthy family, he spotted this along with a Leitz/Braun 340 VarioZoom flash in the trash waiting for the housemen to take out. Everything works so far! Just need to run a roll through it to test it out.
I also got a Yashica-Mat 124G from a fellow member here, but that's for a different subforum.
Well, the F arrived. It needs some attention. Previous owner seemed not to believe in keeping stuff clean. Cleaned off a layer of gunk under the finder and around the A-R ring on the shutter release. Still have to clean the gunk that's on the depth-of-field preview button surround and on the lens release button surround. Finder is missing a couple screws, so the meter portion can flip forward a little bit. Also had two corroded PX625A's in it, however was active.