Hi! Here's a comparison between Epson V750, Imacon and drumscan of 400 ASA Kodak TMAX 6x7 black and white negative. I 'm going to print a bunch of four foot enlargements from 6x7 black and white. While my Epson V750 is plenty good enough to deliver scans (At 4.600 PPI) from 100 ASA Tmax to do 4 foot prints, the 400 ASA film, scanned on the Epson, gave serious grain aliasing, and I wanted the grain to look like grain. I decided to get an Imacon scan (At 2.900 PPI) and a drumscan (At 5.000 PPI) made. Here are the results. The Imaconscan shows more shadow detail. The grain is more pronounced. The drumscan shows less shadow detail, and is a bit more fuzzy. I can make both Imaconscan and drumscan look almost identical with some photoshopping (sharpening, levels) The Imaconscan cost me 30 Euro's. The drumscan cost me 140 Euro's. The people from the Imacon scanner said in their sales pitch that drumscanning resolution is not necessary. It seems they 're right, unless I don' t look at things right. (I'm no expert on scanning) My conclusion is that I'm not drumscanning any more. Do you agree? Dirk.