Seconded. I also have an old but very similar version of that Gossen - slim and light with a large and very clear LCD display. The slide-off incident dome is on the top side at 90 degrees to the display, which some people may not like, but the reading locks until you press the metering button again, so it's not a problem for me. They also make a 'pro' version with the dome on the front at the top, which adds to the size (and price). My other meter is Weston II picked up at a camera fair, so old that you have to set the film speed by Weston's own scale, one notch down on the dial (1/3 stop) from the modern ISO rating (80 rather than 100, or 320 rather than 400). Surprisingly, it still reads close to the Gossen - I don't know its service history, but the cells in the older meters were supposedly better sealed, and seem to have outlasted those in much more recent models. It's fun but much more fiddly to use than the Gossen - the lettering is tiny, the needle reading has to be transferred manually to the dial, you need to flip out a baffle to access the high sensitivity range, and in this model the optional invercone needs to be used in combination with a special ND filter in bright light! But as with other analogue dial meters, it's nice that you can see all the 'correct' aperture/shutter speed combinations at a glance.