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>One thing to note about slides is that when you store them in an archival >sheet, the film never touches the sheet since it sits isolated in the mount. >This is not the case when you store film in a sleeve. Any dirt on the film >will make it's way into the sleeve surface and ultimately could scratch the >film when removed from the sleeve. > >I mount my own slides, which eliminates the lab from screwing up that step. If you do mount your own, is there a way to review them unmounted well enough to mount just the ones you think promising? >My latest print film from Custom Process in Berkeley had freakin' huge water >spots on two frames. Really PO'd me. The latest E6 from the New Lab was much >better, but I detected two small specs of some sort out of 5 rolls >developed. Generally I never see any artifact from the New Lab, but I >suspect with the bad economy the company isn't running as tight of a ship. >They already dropped Saturday processing. And I'm looking for a lab closer to me (in Sonoma)! Sam - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.