Hi Everyone - Do you sometimes wonder if manufacturers actually use their products before they ship them? My previous post about M42 cameras reminded my of a Chinon CM-4 I used to own. It mostly worked well, but only if you ignored the meter. First, it was the three LED "stoplight" style. Technically this is not a flaw, but I don't like them ("it's not a bug, it's a feature"). Second, the LEDs were on the viewfinder frame, not inside the camera. You think they would be visible in the corner of your eye, but no (at least not my eye). Last, the meter set new marks for being influenced by light coming through the viewfinder. If your eye was anything but plastered against the finder, the meter would pick up the light and cheerfully suggest that you underexpose the picture. Yuk. So let's hear your nomination. Best submission gets a sealed copy of Microsoft Bob.