The Pentax auto 110 is a neat little thing, easily at the top of 110 camera tech and image quality and when working properly, exposures seem pretty accurate. I picked up one in the original box with the motor drive, flash and three lenses a few months ago. The 24mm "standard" lens is unbelievably tiny. As an added bonus, it's the only camera I've ever had with me that an attractive girl has asked about. I suspect prices for them will tip upward with Lomography's release of new 110 films. Hopefully they come through with some color print and chrome, and can get the prices down into the $5/roll range once demand evens out a bit.

Here's a shot with it I liked a lot...

Highland Theatre by eurekaiv, on Flickr