I enjoyed your review of the M-two back when it came out, and wondered if you had any comments on using this vs. using an Arca F (classic, metric, etc) 6x9 for an MFDB. I'm considering one or the other for my H3 back for landscapes. The M-two looks like a nice steady system for the back, but there are times when on 4x5 I like to use rear tilt for foreground emphasis, something I would miss in the M-two. If worse comes to worse, I can always lean the body back and compensate with front tilt and rear rise, but that is a bit cumbersome. I'm considering either the M-two or an F-metric 6x9, either with a Kapture group stitching back, for use in the field (untethered, ideally). I'd appreciate hearing any experiences you've had.