Finding myself hopelessly addicted to large format, I am reduced to selling some of my beloved Hasselblad equipment to finance my next "fix," more LF lenses. I purchased this lens from KEH in September of 2007 and have used it sparingly, although I carried it every time I went out shooting. It was rated Excellent by KEH and I have tried very hard to keep it in that condition. The glass shows no wear marks but a speck or two of dust on the inside. The barrel shows some paint wear around the bayonet mounts on the front and rear as would be expected from a used lens. The front bayonet mount is bent slightly out of round and and there is a small scratch in the barrel at the point of deformity. I quite honestly cannot remember what caused this damage. The front lens cap does not twist on completely but does stay in place, and a Lee Filter bay 60 adapter (not included in sale) can be removed and reattached easily, and the shutter, aperture, and other controls work perfectly, so I feel confident saying that the fall did not damage the lens' performance. The KEH website currently quotes $599 for a lens like this in Excellent condition. However, considering the above-mentioned damage to the front bayonet mount, I am asking $550 + actual cost of postage and insurance to your zip code. I intend to donate 2% of the sale price to APUG.