I have been looking up a few sites where they explain how to develop your own B&W films (35mm). Most of them explain it in a good way, but it seems pretty complicated. Somebody here told me that no dark room was needed, but all of the sites I've seen about it claim that you need to be in a dark room when opening the cassette. And then to hook it up to the spiral... Seems not easy to do unless you are very familiar with it and able to do it blind folded! Also, what chemicals do I need if I was to do it? What other things do I need? It would be excellent with a starter's kit for this. But I have not found anything like that on the web yet... I would love to do it myself, but it seems to take a little more than just 20 minutes and a strong wrist, like somebody told me. For example, how do you dry the negatives when they're sticky and tend to crawl up? Where do you cut them? I mean, it takes more than just a regular apartment (which is all we can afford here in the Big Apple due to rent and cost of living) as far as I can see at least... Suggestions welcome!