Maybe this belongs in another forum, but..... I find it quite sad that this LF forum gets neglected for days or even weeks on end. Does that reflect a wane of interest in LF use? We're told there's a renewed interest in film (AKA analogue - yuck!), but that seems to be limited to 35mm or rollfilm. Now even the most ardent film fan has to admit that digital cameras can easily exceed the quality of 35mm, and pretty much match that of medium format film. So why bother with them? When 5"x4" and above is just so much better. With limitations on portability obviously. Then we hear the nouvelle (pretentious, moi?) pro-film converts bleating 'film slows me down' - as if it's a good thing, and that you can't work as slowly as you like using any medium. Well, what slows you down more than using sheet film and an LF camera? Then there's the ability to use camera movements without spending a fortune on a special lens that offers a pathetically limited range of adjustment. So, why the apparent waning of interest in LF, when it would appear to offer so much in the face of digital competition?