I'm about to plunk down the cash for a Pentax K10D and I have a couple, perhaps odd, questions. I still use a lot of film and am not ready to get rid of my old manual cameras just yet. My 35mm SLR set-up is the old Minolta SRT series with a full range (10) of the MC and MD prime lenses. I love the Minolta glass and since I have all the lenses that I need and am comfortable with, what would be the chances of using the lenses on the Pentax? I'm not fond of zoom lenses (which would be available on the Pentax in kit form) having ditched my Minolta ones years ago so would most likely opt for a prime (standard or slight wide angle) on the K10D. But until I can afford a few others I had the thought of using my ready collection. I know I would have to use an adaptor, I'd not have the use of the auto features and thus would be manual but I'm used to that. I'm also having a bear of a time finding a Minolta to Pentax K mount adapter. Any suggestions? Any thoughts greatly appreciated.