Fortune has smiled upon me, once again. I'm the proud new owner of a Beseler 67C enlarger (also came with 67S2 color head) and I'm in the process of setting up a darkroom in my bathroom. First things I need to take care of is light. All of this came with an old safelight with a rotting filter. Incandescent buld, nothing special but it'll work. Does anyone have any recommendations on what type of filter I should get? I plan on sticking to b/w. The filter is 5x7. Next is taking care of stray light. I've got 2 doors and one window. I figure the best way to take care of this is to make some blackout curtains and I'm wondering who here has done this and what material you used. I guess black canvas would work, but I figure there might be something better. I'll just be hanging these from curtain rods. The enlarger is right next to a large (5'x4') mirror. I'm guessing that this will have to be covered up but I'm not sure. I won't really be using this mirror anymore since all this crap will be infront of it. I plan on going to the craft store and buying a couple yards of black construction paper to cover it up with. Or maybe a large map. I dunno. Suggestions? Also, I have a nice area under my tabletop to put my chemicals. Should this have a curtain over it as well? Thanks. Many more questions to follow.