Like Tom Vilot's earlier posting, I too am getting back into 4X5 view camera work. I used to work in a studio with 4X5 all the time and for my personal photography I have used Hasselblads for the last 30 years and that is the standard I am used to as far as sharpness and color fidelity. Is it possible to get Hasselblad sharpness in 4X5 or just out of the question? I just bought a used kit (primarily for the view camera) that included a couple of lenses, a Schneider Symmar-S 210mm and a Nikkor-W 180mm (and an older lens too but that is another thing). These lenses seem "OK" sharpness-wise, but don't seem to knock my socks off. What lenses WOULD be at the top of the heap as far as sharpness in the 75mm, 150mm, and 210mm ranges? I know this is a highly subjective question and there are the Schneider camps, the Nikkor camps, the Rodenstocks etc. etc. But surely there is conventional wisdom out there about what is "the best of the lot." I would be interested in hearing your recommendations.