Hey all, new to this forum.. Spent years taking photos, stepped away from it for the last 15+ years got into some digital stuff but really unless its stuff I'm doing for work, I want to use film. After a couple of false starts buying gear off ebay and finding they don't work, looks like I've finally scored a WORKING hasselblad and lenses! A 503cx, 80 2.8 and 180 4.0 package, seller didn't want to split them, fair enough.. Now, I'm most likely going to sell on the 180, its too long for what I do and I have a 50 4.0 on it way, may move on the 80 as well. So.. to cut it short, Really I want a 2 lens setup, I do mainly architectural photography, so the 50 for me is a good 'not too wide' lens, what in you opinions would be a good 'not too long lens' to make up a 2 lens set? When I travel I can't be bothered carrying 3 lenses and I know from having my Contax with a 28, 45 and 90 i'd just get annoyed by the 90 is too long, 45 is too short, usually just end up taking the 45. .. so what would you guys recommend? I see there is a 100, 110, 120 macro and a 150, I suspect the 150 is too long for a 'long standard'.. I think the 100 is really expensive? Anyway.. any advice is appreciated!