I was wondering if there would be an interest in doing a group print exchange. There are a couple of different ways of doing it, but this is how the ones I've taken part in worked. Decide on a print size that everyone will use, give or take depending upon format. If small prints are used, then 4" could be the smallest dimension and 6" is the max. This way you could have 4x5, 4x6 and 6x6 (or 4x4 or 5x5) prints. If larger, then 8x8, 8x10, 8x12, etc. 12x12 might not be feasible in this case just because of common envelope sizes. This works well as an 8x10 prints can be make on both A (letter) and A4 paper sizes. Everyone who is interested signs up. If you sign up, it's important to follow through so that people aren't wasting money on extra prints. To keep it managable and affordable, it's usually good to have a limit for the number participating. If a lot of people are interested, more than one group can be run at the same time. Everyone decides on a single image to use and makes enough copies for everyone who has signed up. If there are ten people, you make nine prints (since you don't need one for yourself). Your prints plus a self-addressed envelope with correct postage is sent to the poor sap, I mean coordinator, who has volunteered to put it all together. A deadline is important so that people aren't left waiting. The coodinator makes a pile for each person that includes a single print of each of the others minus the sender. These are sent back in the envelope provided. Personally I lean towards the 8x10 size, even if it means smaller groups. A 4x6 is too similar to what's on the web and isn't as nice to display if it really grabs you. If there is interest in both sizes, two groups could be run. If people are interested, what print sizes would you like to use and how big of a group would work for you?