I've had some past experience with photography--a couple classes in high school, etc., but I've never had a camera of my own. I've finally got enough money to buy my own set of equipment, and I'm really excited about doing it. I've read all there is to read about the whole Lomo philosophy and technique and it seems to be right up my alley. What I'm really interested in is cross-processing, particularly slide film in C-41. The problem with film, naturally, is that it's not as cost-effective as digital--but I really prefer it. So I was interested in DIY color developing. I've read about it, and it seems like something that's feasible, especially according to this article. I've processed my own B&W film before in a lab, and feel like I could do it at home as long as I got all the equipment. What I want to know is, is this checklist reasonable? 1-Buy a Lomo LC-A+ and some cheap expired slide film 2-Take some photos 3-Buy a generic C-41 press kit and make my own negatives 4-Scan the negatives myself, print the ones I like Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!