Anyone have advice for someone uninitiated in scanning? I shoot mostly b&w film and want to scan from the negative. I am not particularly interesting in printing from the scan, but I would like high enough quality for use with LCD projector--as we once used slides. I have been surfing the web and found the Canon CanoScan 9000 and the Epson Perfection V600 in my price range. I read a pretty negative review about the Canon when it comes to handling negatives, which put me off. Someone on another forum advised getting the Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai, but that costs twice as much as the flatbeds I have been looking at. Is it worth it? One review I read on Image Resourcing argues that (1) inexpensive flatbed scanners aren't worth their salt because their software lacks the capacity to "profile," and (2) guys like me that aren't particularly tech-saavy shouldn't be scanning at all. It sounds like scanning may be worse than fiddling with a digital camera.