I've toyed with photography on and off for quite a while (original owner of a Nikon F3), never overly serious, but always tempted. I've been tempted to dive into the DSLR pool, but love the quality, build, etc of the F3 and don't have the $$$ to get an equivelant DSLR. I have a decent Sigma 28-70 zoom. Main photo subjects are nature/landscape, and mobile, agile toddlers. P&S digitals don't work on toddlers (press button, count to 3, then shutter clicks). How practical is it to shoot B&W, develop it in the basement, somehow scan the negative, choose ones I like, and get them printed? I could probably justify the time/expense of developing, but not of printing. Or am I better off just chucking the film and getting a D40?