There's a bit more of a learning curve than I though would be involved switching to medium format than I thought. The Mamiya 645 AFD is very easy to use, but learning how to make the most of that increased sharpness and definition is challenging. Plus, the cameras I'm used to shooting have advanced autofocus, whereas the AF on this model is a single point only. This means having to switch from compose-then-focus to focus-then-compose. But the ones that come out well are really stunning!
I've become fascinated with Limmy in the past few months. I first saw him on Charlie Brooker's show, but his online presence is really something else. I've never seen anyone use Vine in an interesting way, and his show for the BBC is on YouTube.