Chamonix makes a beautiful camera. If money is no option buy the 20x24 and you can have reducing backs made to shoot every ULF format out there. But as Stripes points out a 7x17 is nice for traveling and Sandy King says the Chamonix 7x17 is so light that it easily can be turned on its side for a verticle. Also Lotus makes a bracket that allows you to turn the banquet size cameras on their side and still keep it centered on the tripod. Personally I have my sites set on a 16x20. That is as large as I can go and still have lenses that will cover.