I recently picked up for free an old wooden Eastman 8x10 camera complete with about 10 film holders (of which at least 5 look useful), case, tripod and head. It has a Gundlach lens in a Betax #5 shutter. The camera looks in very good shape for as old as it is--the bellows doesn't seem to have any pinholes although the top seam has come apart ( I assume I can glue that back together?). My question concerns the lens and shutter: I know nothing about the lens although I'm sure it's probably not a high quality one, but it seems to be very clean and the apertures seem okay. The shutter works fine on B and T, but the times for the other speeds seem to be almost the same so I assume it will need cleaning and some repair (I know about SW Grimes). Is it worth getting this shutter repaired with this lens? Or should I not put in the money? I should mention I have no experience with 8x10 but some with 4x5 and plenty with MF and 35mm. I'm a teacher so I have the time to play with it in the summer. Any advice I can get will be greatly appreciated, including ideas for other lenses I might use for this and anything related to this.