A friend of mine is looking to get rid of her Bronica system and I'm interested, but I have no idea what it's worth, or even if I should jump into MF now. I have several questions for you fine photo.netters... The Bronica system includes 2 SQ-A bodies, a 50, 80, 150mm lens. 'several' backs, lens shades for all and lots of 'goodies' so she says. She claims it's all in excellent condition. She also mentions a bellows but I have yet to hear back if it's a bellows unit or a bellows lens shade... Q1: What is this worth I looked on KEH and got a range of 1300-3300 depending on the condition and just how many extras there actually are...does that take into account the depressed MF market now? I'm a long time 35mm user, now DSLR user. I use a Nikon D100 and D70, would use D2x if budget allowed. I am primarily a nature/wildlife photographer, though I've been a baby photog too with the arrival of my first son. Photography has always been a hobby that I'd like to turn into a profession. (I'm taking a serious look at it again as I'm out of work right now). I expect that medium format would be a nice compliment for landscapes! I am a bit worried about switching back to film, though. Q2: Given my background, do you think that MF, particularly this setup is right for me? Q3: What would you add to this setup to make a good Landscape kit with a bit of closeup capability. (I assume that for 'life size' macro my 35mm stuff makes more sense,right?) I assume I'd want an even wider lens, and some extension tubes for my style of work...I already have a quite sturdy tripod/head (Gitzo 410 and Arca Swiss should be enough, right?). What about meter? does the SQ-A even meter? Other ideas? Q3: any other questions I should ask first? I know it's a lot to ask, what do you think?