Hi all, I've just bought a HP 4850 flatbed scanner with a facility to scan negatives. (See http://h10010.www1.hp.com/wwpc/uk/en/sm/WF06b/5043-5683-5687-5687-5719-12158582-34757253.html for scanner spec) What are everyones initial thoughts? Does anybody have one already? If so, what kind of results do you get? I know it's not going to be the same quality as a dedicated film scanner and I know if I print the results then there not going to be the best quality either. But it's all I could afford. I bought it because I want to cut down on costs of processing. My idea is to just develop the negatives, scan them to my PC then if i like the results, print selected images (from negatives) at the lab. Im hoping it will reduce developing/processing costs by about a third. Sound about right? Basically, have I done a good thing for the reasons I bought it? More importantly feedback from users of HP 4850s if any. By the way I got it for about £50 new from a closing down sale. Thanks in advance.