Hi all - I know this is primarily an Olympus digital forum, since Oly doesn't produce film cameras anymore, but I was looking for an opinion and I thought this would be the place to ask: I just acquired a near mint condition Olympus OM-2n with a Zuiko 50 f1/8, 28 f3.5, Tokina 70-210 f4.5 and another 3rd party 28 f2.8. Auto winder, flash, 2x TC and misc. accessories, filters etc... All of this is in near mint, almost unused condition and all works as it should as best I can tell. My question(s) is (are): 1. Is $100 a good deal for this stuff? I know it is outdated, but I'm still a film shooter and will probably get some good use from this kit. 2. How does the Olympus OM-2n compare to the more famous and more mainstream (albeit older) OM-1? Which one is the more desireable model in terms of functionality, reliability and value? I typically shoot street and other "found" subjects. My primary camera is a Leica M6 classic with 50 Summicron, but I like the idea of having a good, serviceable SLR system for those times when it's the better tool for what I'm doing. Thanks for your input.