I frequently use my Canon EOS 1vHS, a top-tier camera, one of the absolute best ever, capable of handling any situation a photographer can possibly find him or herself in. I know of other cameras that are equals of the 1v, namely the Nikon F6 and F5, while others are definitely pro-caliber cameras but maybe not quite as full-featured as these behemoths, like the F100. What are some other modern film cameras that would fit in the same category as the 1v or F6, or even the F100 and EOS 3? We discussed the Maxxum 7 and 9 in another thread, but what about cameras from Pentax or even some other Minoltas? What features or capabilities do you think warrant their inclusion in this category? I ask this because I'm always fascinated by a manufacturer's interpretation of what meets a pro's needs.