I can't quite seem to make out if this is the 530/16 or the 532/16. It's probably the digital photo, but it appears that the lens/shutter assembly is angled slightly downward about 2 degrees or so. The design of these cameras actually works against it, but just make sure that the struts are fully extended and locked into position.
The 530/16 used the older style two window approach: one for focusing and another for composing your photo. The 532/16 unified the rangefinder and viewfinder into one window.
The Tessars on these cameras are quite good. Beware of the usual situations where flare could be a problem, and I think you'll really enjoy using it. I'd probably run a quick roll through the camera just to ensure that everything is spot on.