While I was putting some freshly scanned negatives into a binder of all my films from the past 15 or so years, I started looking at my old 120 negs from when I had a Yashica Mat 124. Scanned a couple on the Epson V700 and was immediately amazed at the quality and questioned why I sold that old TLR in the first place. As such, I've been hunting for another MF camera. I've read good things about the Mamiya M654 line (in particluar, the 1000s but also the Pro/Pro TL) but I've also briefly looked at the Bronica as well (though, not enough to know the differences between models). Hasselblads are generally out of my price range for a hobby camera. That said, I'm looking to spend less than $500 US ($300 would be even better) and wondering what other options I could/should look at. I'm open to other form factors too. What I will most likely be shooting: landscapes with the occasional family portrait Here are some criteria to which I've been trying to adhere: - Solid lens lineup with a decent wide for landscapes - Not terribly heavy/bulky - Prefer a build in meter that is at least somewhat accurate for negative film - prefer an SLR type or RF style Any pointers/opinions would be much appreciated!