I think the Texas Pentax for sure. When you trip the shutter, you know you've started something. Mamiya tlr which I use runs a close second, and has unbelievable optics.
Autocord, and I have owned them all.
Pentax 6x7, because I own one, and it gets attention (the wooden handgrip is a nice added touch). But my own personal favorite in the would-love-to-have-it-for-the-looks department? Rolleiflex SL66. (Not that I can afford one, or if I could, would be able to justify it.)
Folders are also neat to walk around with, and unfold theatrically--I have a Balda Baldax that makes quite an impression and is fun to shoot with (and is much less obtrusive than the Pentax).
Pass... what a stupid discussion.
I find lots of discussions online stupid. I don't jump into most of them saying so, though. I just figure other folks like talking about different things than I, and leave them to it.
1.) The only camera I have bought new 1985 Nikon FM2.
2.) Mamiya rb67 Pro with about 7 lens, both waist and prism finders.
3.) Borrowed Mamiya 645 (borrowed from my daughter whom I gave it to).
4.) Mamiya C220 65mm lens.
5.) Various 3x4 and 4x5 Speed and Crowns.
6.) 3x4 Graplex
7.) 8x10 Deardorff.
Any 'cool' cameras in the lot?