I have a MF projector, but it has no slide or tray (so changing slides is somewhat slow), and a lousy lamp.
But on command, it goes 'pop' and emits a rather impressive burst of light.
But what to use it for these days, i don't know.
I'm happy with my Rollei P66S even though it's got a small chip on the condenser lens. I hope I'll find a replacement condenser someday. I still like 35 mm slides a lot, but medium format is really in a different league, especially for landscapes.
I am using beside a 35mm Rollei AF slide projector an KIEW 66 A projector. A heavy succer with a weight of 11 Kg. Works fine!;)
I just bought a Rollei P66A on my recent trip to Germany. I cannot say much about it yet, as I have also just started to explore medium format photography and am waiting for my first slide films to be developed...
I also got a Rollei 35mm projector, and just looked at my dad's slides from 1964... quite a joy. Most slides are still in good shape, I am not sure what film it was. They were all hand-mounted by my parents into thick glass-only mounts.
mtjade2007 said he has a P66 and it is a medium format and 35mm projector? I don't quite understand how it can handle both format unless the 35mm positives are mounted in 7x7 slide mounts?
I have a Goetschmann G67 projector for 6x7 slides. The best purchase of my life.
I wouldn't mind one but never came across one so far.