Hi! I think I am in need for some advice here. This is the situation; I recently bought a used 503cxi (from 1996) with an A12 mag (from 1998) through a dealer from the official importer of Hasselblad here in Norway, Interfoto, with a three month warranty from the dealer. Immediately after I had recieved it I found out that the WLF did not open unless you held it upside down. I am supposedly getting that replaced, but I have waited three weeks now. So I borrowed a WLF and I have shot three films, the second of which shows slightly uneven spacing, and the third shows very uneven spacing and cuts the last frame in two, due to the excessive spacing between frames. So I figure I need to have the back serviced. Then I notice that it seems like the back does not match the camera body completely. It looks like the camera body is slightly bigger than the back, but only on the top left side when held as when you photograph. With the back off I can squeeze the left side of the body and watch it move closer to the (shall we say) frame around the auxiliary shutters. With the back mounted on the camera, it appears that it can easily be moved slightly towards the top left corner of the body, so that they match better. But I cannot really work out if it is the "shell" of the body bending or if it really is the back moving. I would guess it is both. There are no light-leaks, by the way. All repairs would be covered by the warranty, but the importer is notouriously slow. I have waited three weeks for a WLF, and I know other people have waited much longer for repairs. But my main consern is the body and the back, and I have started wondering if I should just return the camera and ask to get my money back, and buy another one from somebody else. I have a lot of pictures to shoot (art) and I´ve also started out doing a few commercial jobs, so I can´t bear the thought of having to wait for a month or two. On buying the camera I was told that it would be in good working order, as it would come from the importer, who would have serviced it. For the record; all my previous experience with Hasselblad has been excellent. I worked two years as an assistant and used Hasselblad quite a lot. Has anyone got any thoughts about what is going on with the body and the back? What to do? Any advice will be very welcome. Thank you very much!