Hi, I'm not sure if this qualifies as "General Photography and Camera" but it seems the best place for it. I've just finished shooting my first roll of black and white film since I left college (and with it the darkroom) a couple of years ago. I have no way of processing film myself, so have to rely on shops to do it for me. Someone here recommended Snappy Snaps for black and white film, and the prices and services sounded very good, so I had a friend drop the black and white and two colour films in at a local branch for developing. All I asked for was for all three films to be developed with 6"x4" prints. I got the receipt along with a note as to how much it would cost - £25. That's £25 for three films, one of which was only 24 exposures. That's too much for 6"x4" no matter how you look at it. It's £11 for the black and white alone. £11... for 6"x4" prints! I thought Snappy Snaps were known for being able to do black and white, but it sounds like here they're having to send it off at cost. Especially when you consider that the prints will be ready... Next Friday! Six working days in order to produce 6"x4" prints and they still charge me £11? Which still doesn't explain why the two colour films will come up to £14. It gets better... I asked my friend to enquire about the prices of scanning the prints onto CD. They said £4.99 - for the first film. Subsequent films would be £3.99. Oh, what a deal! What spectacular value! Only £12.97 for the whole CD. Add that to the £25 processing and I'd be paying nearly £40 just for some test rolls to see if my cameras work. Needless to say he didn't ask for the CD service. If "service" is the right word. Sorry if this seems a bit of a rant, I don't think anyone here works for SnappySnaps, but hey, I need to vent my spleen somewhere, and this is mainly practice for when I call them up :mrgreen: My question is, has anyone else had black and white processing done at SnappySnaps, and did they try to rip the shirt off your back too? Colour processing is probably more common, so also I ask, has anyone recently paid £14 to have 60 small prints? I'm pretty convinced these aren't the prices being charged in every SnappySnaps branch across the country, not after what I've heard from others.