Hi, I've had an Nikon FE2 fall into my hands. It needs a little repairwork, but I'm expecting it to work out as half the cost of a one from ebay. I already have an F90X with a Sigma 24-60 2.8 and 12-24 (Although quite why they couldn't put an aperture ring on the bloody thing i don't know! I just use shutter priority mode to get the aperture i want). I'm also shortly getting an autofocus 50mm 1.8. Obviously the 24-60 is useable, but the resistance on the focus isn't good for manual operation. My main jap manual focus SLR is a Pentax ME-Super with a 50mm 1.7. I find its a nice camera, looks good, lightweight, feels nice in the hand - its a camera you can almost forget about and worry about the image instead. As much as i like it, the metering is a pain in the bum (Heavy bias towards the sky, you can't just point at the ground, press AE-Lock and recompose, you've got to swap to manual exposure and use the silly buttons) and there is no depth of field button. My question are: How good is the metering on the FE2? Are they generally reliable? Will the AF 50mm 1.8 be "nice" to use with the FE2, or am i better getting a seperate manual focus lens? If so how much can i expect to pay for one? Is the included Tameron SP 35-80 2.8 anything to write home about? I'm going to get a faster maximum shutter speed, a faster flash sync speed and proper speed dial, anything else i should be considering as an advantage of the nikon?