Hi All, I am contemplating buying a Rolleiflex 2.8 (leaning towards an E but F would be ideal) and need some advice. I have been looking at reputable seller listings on the bay and am trying to determine what cosmetic imperfections I should and shouldn't worry about when I'm ready to buy. I have attached a couple of photos from listings for your consideration as examples. In the first example, the camera is listed as "Mint -" and 94%, the optics are clean, and the camera loosely matches Dan Colluci‘s advice about examining the original paint on the crank side of the camera as a visual test of its general wear. That said, look at small dent in the highlighted area. Are little dents and dings like these potential signs of trouble with the optics or overall performance of the camera? Are they considered normal wear and tear for an item marked as excellent or mint? When looking at the ding like this, is it assumed that the camera has at some point been dropped or smashed against a hard object and had an overhaul? The next example has a serious dent in the bottom right. For those of you who own a Rolleiflex, which one of the above is a deal breaker when purchasing these cameras? Would you have any problem buying a camera like the above two examples if the glass, shutter, viewfinder, and the operation were otherwise mechanically in excellent shape? And, realistically, what are the odds of finding a 2.8E or F with almost no cosmetic issues?