Hey All, Ok, I know it is unfair to throw in Rollei since they make TLRs, but you get my point. Hasselblads are great, and you pay for it. So what about the others? The guy at the B&H used department told me that Mamiya was the next best in line and that Bronicas had some problems. I'm not looking to start a flame war here, but I'm curious about what the word is on the street about alternative medium format cameras before I upgrade my high-end Holga. What I'm looking for is a 6x6 medium format camera with manual focus, non-prism viewfinder (I want to look down), manual wind and built-in TTL metering. (Built-in TTL Metering is really important to me....) I don't care about 120 vs. 220, I think I'd like to change lenses, and the idea of multiple backs is appealing. Most of all I want it to hold up for quite some time. After the Canon A2E command dial thing, I've decided that poor design/workmanship is unacceptable for high- ticket items. (Duh, but it left me REALLY mad.) So what are your thoughts? What do you think of the lens quality of the various manufacturers? Is there indeed a problem with the mechanics of Bronicas? Is there a manufacturer on here that I've overlooked? My apologies for my long-winded question. Sincerely, Alec Simonson PS: Ok, right, price. Let's stick to 2K & under.