Hi, all. I have a Rolleicord III (coated Xenar 75/3.5, not the Triotar) that needs its advance overhauled, a good scrubbing and its shutter speeds put back into spec. Harry Fleenor said he won't touch that model, but recommended somebody else who quoted $200. I also need a better screen and leather, so by the end I'm looking at $350 to get this thing back into shape... That seems a bit high to me for a Rolleicord. So, do I go ahead and get it fixed up by a pro or try to fix it myself (I've done some major work on Nikon SLRs before, but not a Rollei). If I fix it myself, I'm contemplating picking up a different camera with the savings, just because I a) am not 100% sure it will work when I'm done, b) because I want interchangeable lenses (45/55 and 135/150) and a TTL meter option down the road, and c) because I can . If I go the other camera route, my budget is in the sub-$300 to start with (camera, back, finder and lens). There's the usual 6x4.5 (original Pentax 645, Bronica ETRSi or pre-AF Mamiya 645) and 6x6 (Bronica SQ-a or -ai) suspects, but wanted to know what other good options I should look at. I would prefer a 6x6, but a) I can't afford a Hasselblad or Rollei SLR system, and b) there aren't all that many choices out there for SLRs in that format. KEH is down (blaming hackers, but I'll put my money on the lazy SOB IT guy), so I guess they're saving me from making a rash decision, hehe. So, do I spend the cash on the Rolleicord, or do I get something else? If so, what?