I recently acquired a pretty nice Pentax MX, a camera I've wanted for quite awhile after reading a lot of glowing accolades about it on this forum and others. It's a nice camera to handle assuming, of course, that you're in the mindset to handle a very compact SLR. What surprised me is that it's bigger than the ME-Super by a very little bit, which I wouldn't have guessed from looking at pictures of it. What I really like about it is the ability to see both shutter speeds and aperture settings in the viewfinder, and the LED metering is nice; you know all of your pertinent info at a glance. The arrival of the MX also coincided with a recent purchase of an SMC Pentax-M 50mm f/1.4 to replace the 50/1.7 I'd been using most recently on my ME-Super. The 50/1.4 mounted on the MX adds up to a nicely compact outfit that has a little bit of heft to it. It's really an enjoyable camera to use. Like the ME-Super it has a quiet shutter/mirror return action and allows you to be pretty discreet when shooting. I also really like the fact that it's mechanical so after it has a good CLA (who does those for Pentax cameras?), it should be good for many, many more years to come. I took a few shots just to make sure the camera was working properly, and it was. Here are a few test shots I took with it, all done with the 50/1.4. I should emphasize the phrase "test shots" because there's no serious photography here, just making sure everything works as advertised.