I recently picked up a Minolta MD (SR mount) tilt adapter for my Rokkor 50/1.4, and I'm finding that I'd like to have a wider lens to play with the tilt effect. At first I considered a wider Rokkor like the 28mm f/2.8, but then I thought that maybe a zoom would better suit my needs. I don't expect to be doing much tilt work in low light, so I think I can get away with a slowish lens, and I really don't want to spend over $75. I also have an M42-to-MD adapter so I could also use an M42 if you can think of any that fit my criteria. It seems like the Rokkor 35-70 f/3.5 is maybe the "best" of the MD zooms in this range, but I'm not sure it's quite wide enough for what I want. Maybe I need to look toward something like the 24-50? I know that third-party lens designers also made some decent lenses, e.g. I've read good things about a Vivitar Series 1 28-70 (I think), and I'm open to considering them. In short, which wide-ish (actually more like normal-tele) MD (or M42) zooms have you been satisfied with?