I've bought a couple of Yashica TLRs. I have an A and a D. Neither has a meter. Both take nice photos. It takes some getting used to the waist level viewfinder, and I cannot focus without using the built in loupe, but I'm getting used to it. I use a tripod, since I need the loupe. I plan to try some magnifying drug store reading glasses to see if I can use this hand held, but my biggest interest for MF is landscapes anyway, so a tripod isn't a big issue.

These cameras are relatively inexpensive, between $50 and $200 depending on condition.

Repairs on these are reasonable cost. I got a CLA and shutter repair for my D for just $56. Quick service to boot.

I also have a Pentax 645 with several lenses. Really nice, though I'm keeping my eye out for a 645n. This is a SLR, includes a light meter and Auto exposure. Obviously it is much more expensive, several hundred for body alone.