I should be banned from buying photography books. I have just spent an hour or so looking through Lee Miller and Bill Brandt books and got the old TLR 'itch' again. I have done this 3 times in the last 8 years (Two Rolleicord VB's and a Yashicamat 124G) Each time it was a real blast for a month or two and then I would find it a bit cumbersome or limiting (or expensive for good D&P etc) so I would end up selling the thing. For the same money (or more) than I spent on them which is a good point to TLR ownership. So this time I am thinking along the lines of a proper Rolleifex TLR in very good shape (2.8f Zeiss Planar) with Maxwell screen or similar. However, there is no point unless I can find an affordable and good way of scanning 6x6 (especially B&W) negs. I could have the scans done at the lab onto CD but would like the option to do my own. Just to get a bit on topic, I blame my new Bessa R3a/Summicron for my renewed interest in working manually again. (Nice contrast to using the D70) I blame Miller & Brandt for the TLR lust! They both did much of their best work with a Rolleiflex as did so many others. I am a fool and believe I should give myself just one more chance to try and do the same(!) whilst 120 can still be bought easily and processed for reasonable cost at a good local lab and while good Rolleiflex prices are quite low. Plus I am a sucker for good quality user 'retro' that can on occasion blast digital and 35mm into the ditch when done right. Moderator remove if I have gone too OT but I know there a few closet TLR users around here.