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Had a New F-1 in high school, with the motor drive. Loved it. I can still imagine the feel of the film advance lever (for those times when I didn't use the motor drive). It wasn't silky smooth, but had a certain grittiness that I enjoyed. As already stated, it was a super solid camera.
I also had a T90 and loved it for the size, looks, half-step shutter speeds, TTL flash and 1/250 sync. Pushing in the depth of field preview would 'boost' the fps rate somewhat, probably close to matching the F-1 with motor.
Those cameras are all long gone and partly funded the move to EOS. A friend still has a T90 and it's fun to play with from time to time. But, no patience any more for the film workflow, so doubt I'll revisit it.
Lastly, I also agree about the EOS-1V. I think it was the best 'all-round' film camera I ever used.