Incidentally, I'm really glad it went to a fellow monkey. I kept thinking about putting it on eBay but it was in really great condition and I kept hoping I could sell it to a friend or someone who I knew would get some good use out of it.
Let me know if you have any questions about the camera, I'll try to help out as best I can.
Yea I was in Photo 1 last year in high school and my ISO was always set at 100 because I didnt know we were using 400 Speed film. The pictures didnt look super bad but there was a defenent improvement once I found out. And then one time I had in 800 Speed color film and forgot to move the ISO from 100, that is when my pictures looked like schiesse. They were blurry as hell.