I searched the forums for a few minutes and didn't find what i was looking for, so i'm going to annoy you guys with a question thats probably already bee asked a dozen times. I have a super graphic; which will eventually be upgraded to a toyo view or field camera (depending on price, and if i find that i don't mind lugging a huge box with a view camera in it everywhere vs spending 4 times as much on a field). So anyway, I want to build an inventory of 3 lenses (wide, standard, short telephoto) and i was wondering how wide i can go with this press camera before i start having major fallout problems requiring an expensive center filter. It seems debatable whether or not one is required for a 90mm lens on 4x5, which is what i would like to use, but i think i rather sacrifice wideness for a lens that is less complicated to shoot on a normal basis. Does fallout occur as you stop down, or is it visible throughout? I would like to use as many movements as i can; but if i upgraded to a view camera; that would be significantly harder to achieve. At this point in my shooting, i have ended up using (or needing) rise/fall and shift movements.