Thanks for helping me compile a list of options. Ebony cameras are nice, but out of bounds for me. I like the Horseman. I would love to try one out to see if it has enough shift. Are the lenses dedicated, or can I use what I already have? That little Hansa looks like a sweetie-pie as well. I don't think it is worth over $600, however. I wonder if it is the same camera as the Tachihara Shirom 69. I found one pic of the Shirom on the Web, and it looks identical. I wonder if the camera is as solid as their other models, of if it is more rickety. A Linhof would be nice, but perhaps a bit pricey. I will look into them. People have told me not to go for the earlier Technika models, but I forgot exactly why they said so. I do need a healthy amount of vertical and lateral shift (one inch or more of each would be nice), and possibly some tilt every now and then.
I really love my Super 23, except for a few things: 1. It is heavy and bulky. 2. It takes dedicated lenses. 3. The rear movements only work with one lens as far as I can tell, and the lens is a 42mm equivalent angle of view while I want something in between 28mm and 35mm equivalent for most of the pix I will take. 75mm would be perfect, and I already have the 75mm press lens, which I have removed from the helical mount in preparation for mounting on a lens board.