After getting my first one at a militaria fair in France a year ago, I've gradually acquired a couple more. As someone on another Forum puts it, 'they're all the same, and yet they're all different !'. The variations of manufacturer, colour, and year can make them rather addictive. Really, I have no hope of acquiring any genuine WWII Wehrmacht uniform ( just too much stuff is faked, or horrifically expensive ). But Zeltbahns are still quite easy to find ( although prices are creeping up ). I'm not too fussy - none of mine are 'mint' but I've become quite handy with needle and thread ( and spare buttons are no problem ). And if you find a really dirty one, they clean up very nicely indeed. It's an amazing piece of kit : quite beautifully designed and made with numerous applications -you can see them in so many WWII photos from the invasion of Poland to the Bulge. The cloth is incredibly durable and can survive 70 years in surprisingly good condition. But above all, the camouflage has that very 'Wehrmacht' look..... I love them !