I've been itching for a new camera lately, and originally I thought I'd be upgrading my D200 for a D3. After a lot of thinking and slight prodding from a few people I decided I'd try film for a change of pace. I started taking notice of a trend in the photos I was favoriting. They were all square and taken with Hasselblads. I found this kit locally via craigslist, it's in great condition and fairly new considering how long the 500 series Hasselblads have been in production. The camera came in all the original packaging and has a few accessories like a hand grip/auto winder, remote control, 45° prism viewfinder and an a12 film back.
Next step is a scanner... I think this endeavor will end up costing more than a D3 but hopefully the results will be worth the effort.