I'd be careful with shutters if I were you. At this point, there are an awful lot of LF rigs sitting around unused, which is not particularly good for them. Over the years, I bought a number of old used LF lenses, and the ones that had not seen much recent use were often the ones with the least accurate shutters. As far as lenses go, I really like Fuji (I have an especially wonderful Fuji 180), but my Schneiders are my favorites, particularly in the 65-90mm range.
I take it you're also looking for a camera. When you're starting out, it's easy to think you'll need all sorts of movements available. But in practice, there's so much to learn at first that you're probably better off with something simple. I started with a Busch Pressman, and that worked out very well for me. Still have it. Even now, if I use LF again, I'm probably going to pull out my cheap Japanese-made wooden field camera, rather than something more mechanically sophisticated.
You need to be especially careful with film holders. Old used ones can range from excellent to useless, due to light leaks. Do not scrimp there.