I have been using a Schneider 65mm f8 Super Angulon on a Speed Graphic 4x5 for several years now. I have other lenses, that I seldom use, including a 90mm f8 that I still have not used. 4x5 Ultrawide is obviously my passion. I have the original Speed Graphic with dropping front rail, and although lens specs show that it will allow infinity focus with the 58, focusing is a pain in the neck. With the 58 or 65 the lens remains inside the camera box and must be focused by manual placement of the front standard on the box rail. It is also an extremely dark image at f8. I know that I would like to take advantage of 4x5 movements, allowed by these lenses, to correct verticals when shooting landscapes or architecture when wanting to place the horizon closer to the top or bottom of the frame. Now that used Schneider 58/5.6 XL and even 47/5.6 XL lenses are becoming more common and more affordable I am researching used 4x5 bodies, that are also affordable, that can be used with them primarily in the great outdoors. Not too much hiking but primarily out of the trunk and walking short distances. Finding a camera body that allows infinity focus for the above lenses is the trick. Obviously a field camera would be ideal but I would need one that would allow enough movement considering how close the lens will be to the film holder. A monorail with short rail and bag bellows is the other option. I would appreciate ease of movements even geared movements. I have done some research on Cambo, Calumet Cadet (fixed bag bellows), Horseman LE, Linhof Technika III/IV ( I know these are heavy from my first camera search ), Toyo field and monorails, Tachihara, and a couple of other wooden field cameras as well. What do you use with your 58 f5.6 XL or similar lens, that works well? Thank-you, John.