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You are correct, I suppose I want the best dynamic range, but I was even more looking for peoples opinions. I was hoping for folks who have upgraded from a 2710 or 2720 and if they were that much happier with another scanner. I had a Minolta Scan Dual II and it did a great job on slides, but I had many other problems with it. It would put thin red or green lines in the third or fouth scan of a batch, I never got a decent scan from Kodak VPS film, even with Vuescan, it did a lot of grinding, and transporting the film back and forth through the scanner, and having the film horizontal through scanning meant all kinds of dust and dirt would land on the film and also I guess the light souce. I sent it back to Minolta, they said nothing was wrong with it, and when I got it back it continued to have the same problems. It must have been my set up? I don't think the other higher priced, more dpi, scanners are going to give me that much better results either. I'll try some of the suggestions I've gotten from here too. Thanks to all who have replied. If I accidently learn anything along the way, I'll pass it along. --- Arthur Entlich <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Hi Neal, > > It sounds to me like your question is very simply, > which scanner will > produce the best color reproduction of a slide. > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Health - your guide to health and wellness http://health.yahoo.com - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.