A lazy Sunday-the kind in which all things on your "to do" list become vestiges of thought that can no longer be visualized, let alone performed. Made five Polaroid exposures in the studio and tested a roll of Ilford FP4+ in the new Rolleiflex T. I was not planning on buying a T, but happened to come across the listing, and at first, thought it had to be either an error or a bait and switch charade on Ebay, due to the low price. It was listed as a 3.5T, model III, but in fact, it is a model II. There is really no difference. What is amazing is the condition. For a camera that was made in the late 60's in Germany, it looks like it just left the assembly process. No a spot anywhere and everything works smoothly. Film spacing is nice, film transport is smooth as silk, and the Tessar lens is also as new. The person who sold it had no other photographic sales on Ebay, so I can surmise they came across it as an inheritance or estate sale, not having a clue as to what they had or what the dollar value was. One of those rare Ebay moments that keeps you looking. It is tempting not to turn it over for a profit, but I can use a back up for when the 3.5F Xenotar needs to have a CLA.