For the lenses alone that kit is a steal. If the rodenstock is a sironar-s you could sell it and the fuji and have everything else for almost free. Although 150mm is the "normal" lens so I would probably keep it unless you just don't like the focal length. Just make sure everything is in good shape and the shutter speeds are accurate. Test the one second shutter speed on each lens against the others...that's usually the first one to go and easiest to estimate if it sounds accurate.
Speaking of which, if you want to sell the Fuji... I would be more than happy to take it off your hands. Need a small long lens for a field kit.
I think starting on a field camera is a good idea, especially if you shoot landscapes. Plus you've got a nice set of focal lengths and a roll film back to practice on (or sell if you end up not using it). The monorails are so bulky you can't bring them anywhere and a decent field camera has virtually all the movements of a monorail (well, all the really useful ones) and is faster to set up and use. Just make sure you have a good tripod and (even a home made) dark cloth and loupe. Go for it! Worst case scenario is you don't like it and can resell it online for a profit.
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