Well here's the situation: I've disagreed with my wife again and I made the mistake to stand my ground (for too long). She's got pretty upset (so did I) and she said that my little world is upside down, seriously distorted and that I'm never able to see the whole picture. She encouraged me to disappear from the field of her view for a while and spend the away time thinking about my (desperately needed) personal growth. So here I'm, thinking about that growth and reading the old stash of Shutterbugs to make time pass faster. Suddenly, on page 34 (and then continued on page 156) is an answer to all my problems: I need a view camera! It shows the image upside down (so my upside down world will be right side up), the distortions can be fixed by proper movements and I will be able to see the _whole picture_ on the groundglass! Of course, a purchase of yet another piece of photographic equipment under current climate would be equivalent to suicide (make it very long an incredibly painful suicide). Sneaky approach is needed, so I decided not to buy a camera but slowly build one. I am a public danger when working with powertools, so I guess the safest approach would be to build a camera from a kit. Bringing that distorted perspective topic up again, I'd like to have as many movements as possible, so a monorail would be preferred. I know about Bender and Aletta kits, but that's it. Are there any other 4x5 or 5x7 kits that can be purchased? Please help to save my marriage!