glad to be of service! I really love old gear like that light meter. It always amazes me how intuitive and well designed stuff like that is once you figure it out. I use the meter with the old 'C' lenses for my Hasselblad, and all I have to look at is the exposure index indicated by the meter, set the ring on the lens for that number, and then I can choose and combination of apertures and shutter speeds that I was without worrying about changing the exposure. It's fabulous. I guess it sounds a little complicated, but it feels totally streamlined to me, and I wouldn't want to work any other way. Enjoy your new meter, my guess is that you won't feel the need to replace it for a while.