So - I work at a public university and we have to do the whole "surplus" thing when we decide we don't need equipment anymore. After a certain period of time, if no other department claims equipment, it can be sold to the public. Today I was at the surplus public store and ran across a Durst A600 enlarger and time-o-lite timer for a grand total of $20. I've had enough experience with the enlargers in the art school lab (Beseler 23CII's) to know to check that the lens is there, the lamp works, moving parts adjust smoothly, etc (and that all checked out). It appears to work beautifully, but my knowledge of this enlarger ends there. Does anyone have any literature on this model by any chance? Google wasn't so helpful on this one. I'm not even sure if it's color or just b&w, since condenser enlargers are a bit foreign to me. But for $20, how can you pass it up?