The camera I hinted at last time is the Zenit TTL, specifically the edition commemorating the Games of the XXII Olympiad. The 1980 Summer Olympics were held in Moscow and Zenit sold a souvenir flavor of their top film SLR for several years later.
So far this camera is a blast to shoot with. It is a bit on the large and heavy side, although not nearly as much as I feared. It does feel solid in a good way with its film advance and other functions having no slack or shifting at all.
The camera I found is in great shape and even the original leather case is perfectly usable. It came with another Helios 44M lens, a 58MM f/2 standard lens with swirly out-of-focus elements when opened wide up.
With the Sochi Winter Olympics opening ceremony just around the corner I feel this is as appropriate a time as any to be shooting with this camera!