Yeah, I can hear you all putting on a voice like a demented English school girl and chanting "one of us, one of us". Eyes glowing because they're not used to being in daylight. I now own, or will do after Christmas, the following. A Durst M605 (and a hell of a lot of other stuff in the boxes) and a Jobo Duolab. In those boxes is paper. Some old and some new but even if it's on its last legs it's ideal to play with until I get used to things rather than wasting my money. Chemicals, some old and some not opened. A couple of thermometers. A few tubs. Lots of paper drums and an Ilford electric drum roller. Some developing tanks and reels. And lots of other bits and bobs I'm sure I'll find a use for over time. What I need to do now is clear out the shed (full of car bits and old toys so eBay may be getting a bashing). Grab a cheap sink. Hook up some water to it and away I go. After I've made some covers for the windows and bought a safe light. Ooo, and I even developed my own film a few weeks back. Now I'll be able to try developing C41 as well. AND I shot my Holga. Loading 120 onto reels is a right pain in the arse the first time you do it. Especially if you haven't tried in daylight. I've also been giving LOTS of paper, film and chemicals from a printing business. I can't find much about them but from what I gather they're UV sensitive and used for making plates. One box of paper and film must be over a meter square. Anyone got any info on those? I can grab their names and numbers later when I go to the shed.