I've been getting by for a while with my Minolta IIIf for my "go to" incident meter. I use it indoors and out for portraits and for and kind of landscape/scenic photography where I can get close to the subject. I also use it as a flash meter, but it's a bit cumbersome in that role-basically you set it to "flash" mode then manually trip the flash and hope you've caught it before the meter blinked out of flash mode. I'm mostly using it now in flash applications with a Norman pack triggered by Quantum triggers, and it's become somewhat easier since the transmitter allows me to manually pop the flash. Still, I'd like something a bit better. As I understand it(maybe I'm wrong) many flash meters will allow you to plug in a PC cord and use the meter to trigger the flash so there's no juggling to get everything coordinated. In my quest for a "one size fits all" meter, I'd like something that can do incident and spot both, and it would be a GREAT bonus if it could also do color temperature. I'm working through "The Negative" and learning the zone system, so a good spot meter is on my necessity list(although I realize that's outside the scope of this forum). I know color temperature isn't as important in digital, but it is when I'm shooting transparency film. Does such a beast as I'm asking for exist? BTW, I'll also add that used is preferred(and I don't have an issue shopping on Ebay) but will also buy something new if that's the best way to get it.