I was in that situation about 8 years ago when the Fuji just became unavailable. I went with the Horseman because it was about half the price. In retrospect I'm glad of my choice. The Horseman allows movements and interchangable lenses and the option of ground-glass viewing. The drawback is that with the 65mm lens the front standard has to have perfect side-to-side alignment at the zero-detent. The Topcor lens is really fantastic. In terms of build and name I think it is a no-brainer for the Topcor, not only is it faster than the Fuji but it also covers 4x5.