It's a good idea to shoot some E6 before its phased out and all your left with is negatives, both figuratively and literally. Shoot some slide film now for the memories before it turns into the next K24 process where the only way to process it is in black and white or cross processed which is already what one place I go to in Brisbane is doing with E6 which gives "interesting" results lets say that.
For what its worth: I stuffed up my order with my PayPal address so had to cancel. I got this instead though which is a better camera with the 75mm F/5.6 Super Angulon design, Seiko shutter lens. It's a Japanese copy, as with most cameras of this era, but a very good one at that.
The thing with the Universal/Super Press is that it has very good wide angle lenses for not much money as compared to some other 6x9 cameras like the Fuji GW690 which is why I ended up here as opposed to there. The biggest annoyance really is that absolutely every process is manual and then you have to remember to take out the dark slide before each shot then put it back in afterwards so you don't accidentally shoot something you didn't want to.
It forces you to think about everything, and is not really a quick to operate camera if you intend to shoot moments that are going to pass you by more quickly then you can reload the shutter into position and wind the film advance onto the next frame, so if you want to shoot sports or wildlife? Forget about it.
Much like shooting a giant Voigtlander Bessa really. Problem is that by the time Mamiya had brought these cameras out everyone else had moved on to much more easy to operate things, which for me doesn't phase me really as I have enough time shooting landscapes to ensure everything is right first.