My first 35mm camera back in school was an Olympus OM10. I can't tell you how many rolls I shot through that thing through college and grad school and later on until I made the transition to digital. I eventually gave that camera to my nephew over 10 years ago. Lately, I've been wanting another and found one on the SGW auction site for $11.75. It's funny, but I've been reading some old threads here about the OM10 and all the negative things folks have to say about it. I never had a problem with my original one and the one I just got, after a little clean up, looks and seems to work as new. The batteries in the camera (LR44's) when I removed the camera from it's packaging fired the camera right up. I'll replace them with fresh SR44's before I run a roll of film through it, but so far, I'm impressed. It's still a nice little, simple to use camera. Is it as good as the single-digit OM's? Of course not. But, for what I plan to do with it, it's perfect. Even the seals are in decent shape. I'll end up replacing them but they're fine for now. Anyway, just thought I'd share.