For those of you who follow the Classic Camera forum you may have read my post about acquiring a Yashica 44 TLR. I posted results using Rollei Retro 80S, which BTW, is a very good film. I had previously used it in both 35mm and 120. Unfortunately, 127 film, both Rollei Retro 80S and the slightly cheaper Efke R100 are too expensive for everyday use. I have developed a way to slit 4 or 5 frames from 120 using a paper cutter. I just mark used 120 backing paper. I have 4 frames from a roll of Fuji Acros 120 slit to 127 in the wash right now. I will post images later. I chose Acros 120 because I have plenty on hand and it is the least expensive B&W 120 film for me to buy. Later I may try to slit some Tri-X. The reason for this post is I'd like to hear what experiences other 127 users have had with DIY film slitting down to 127 size.