(let me preface this by saying "i know, i should dev and print my own film") but help me out here. i took a color 400 35mm roll in to my local super awesome pro photo finishing/dev company. got the prints back. it was expensive. not a prob. but when i scrutinized the pics... i saw the telltale crappy pixelated digital grain on the print. how could this be?! the whole point in shooting 35mm is the resolution and quality. found out a friend recently started working there in dev and he said they process your 35mm roll, scan the neg, and print that image/file ON AN INKJET. am i crazy? or just oldschool?! what is the point in doing that?! is this just how the industry is now? is it just more cost effective for the company to print this way? i'm a little pissed. i shoot digital and loooove pshop, so i'm not anti-tech by any means haha... i just love 35mm too. thoughts?