Just thought I'd share some experiences. Looks like even photography won't be the same after the day that changed our lifes. I took 10 rolls of Fuji Provia (the 100ASA version!!!) from Chicago to the Sawgrass resort in Northern Florida. Airport stops included O'Hare, DFW, Jacksonville, and Miami. In pre-September 11 times I would ask for manual inspection of the film material and usually succeeded. Also, I lived in Dallas for 7 years and never had a problem with airport X-ray exposure at DFW if I left film in the camera. This time I even didn't dare to ask for manual inspection (are they still doing this anyway?). But when I got my films back, roughly half of them had a unilateral fogging and heavy blackening. Even though it was only 100ASA. I don't think it was the lab. So, what's the thing now? Lead containers for every film? Can you still ask them for manual inspection? Are certain airports to be avoided (O'Hare, Jacksonville, Miami)? I don't believe DFW has a problem. Does anybody else have any experiences?