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At 02:08 PM 9/20/96 -0400, you wrote: >adjustment for any length of time. My M6 -- which is a take-along camera >and which is constantly being carried, set down, knocked about, and so forth >-- hasn't had a bit of attention in two years, a refreshing change. I opt >for the newer technique over the older. Thanks, Marc for a very resonable statement. Seems to me people moon over the strangest things, when the M6 may not quite have the fit and finish of an M3, but I'd rather have an M6 anyway. Not only because it's more versatile, and the focusing is every bit as accurate as I need, but also because if they had died with the M5, I wouldn't even be using Leica M. =========== Eric Welch Grants Pass, OR Analogies in writing are like feathers on a snake.