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>[snip] Depends how critical they are about defects on the image - >and also on whether they are scanning slides or negs, the latter >being much more prone to defects. >-- >Kennedy Are negs more prone than slides to defects _as they come from the lab_? Or just as they age, especially as they go in and out of the holder that feeds them to the scanner? I know I'm not very good at using that thing, and my clumsiness seems to matter less when I load slides. May I also ask about "FARE"? I remember hearing only of ICE, as a Nikon feature I believe. Which scanners come with FARE? Incidentally, I disliked SilverFast as much as Jerry did. But, I now think, only because it was so poorly documented (still is I believe). And I'm slowly coming to find it more useful. If my 4000 died today, I think I'd get a 4000 Plus to replace it, although I am troubled by David Hemingway having left Polaroid. But it's not as if Nikon or Canon or Minolta has anyone like him either. Sam - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.