Hi, friends, After many years of photography I am searching for new challenges, e.g. portraits. Some of my dilemmas I described here: http://www.photo.net/portraits-and-fashion-photography-forum/00c97A I have been attending some alternative printing technique workshops lately and they have impressed me so much that I changed my way of thinking. Instead of buying an expensive portrait lens (85mm f/1.4) and using it on my digital camera I decided to step into large format photography. The search on the net and in many books showed me I could easier achieve the desired results in portrait and landscape photography with a LF camera (on film or even on paper) than a digital one. Searching different sites I found this camera set: http://www.leicashop.com/vintage_de...o-universal-iii-set-13x18-5x7-sku22014-1.html Lacking experience (and only scarce information found on the mentioned camera) I'd like to hear your opinion about the offered set. What I like is the completeness of the set. Since I already have the 6x9 cm enlarger and developing equipment this is a large bonus for me. Also I decided to learn my view camera skills using photo paper since it is a lot cheaper than film, easily available and I can develop it in the chemicals I already have in the darkroom. The 5x7 format should be large enough even to make contact copies or to scan the (paper) negatives on the same scanner I use for scanning my 6x7 cm up to 6x18cm slides and negatives. I think I will have to add a wide angle lens later, probably a 210mm one. So again – your opinions, please. Regards, Miha.