Well, it's about time. I finally got an enlarger today, cheap and second-hand, from a guy who runs a local lab. It's an Omega condenser enlarger. That's all it says... model unknown. It's a lot bigger than I thought it was... those online ads at B&H make them look so small! This stands about 4 feet tall when standing on the floor. So, here shortly, after I get a few additional accessories (trays, tongs, chemistry, etc.) and get my film developing gear out of storage, I'll be in business! The best part was that he included a bunch of stuff for free, including 250 sheets of Ilford 8X10 B&W paper! WHOO! Now, to see how much gooder it works than the cheezy negative-adapter thingy built into my scanner. I think my first print will be a photo of the enlarger. Seems poetically just. [Edit 5 minutes later] Okay, I feel dumb. I found the data plate while reassembling it. :er: It's an Omega Custom Lab A-6. Pardon me while I go google.