Hi, I was just about to sign up with Pictage when I started reading reviews on this site. Now I'm confused and would love some advice. Most of the threads I found were almost a year old, so I thought maybe things have changed for the better (or worse?) I do some weddings and a lot of portrait work, and I still do film (not digital, yet). I have been getting a "hard sell" from Pictage and it sounded great to me; I love the idea of sending Pictage the film, they process it and upload it, and help me market to customers for reprints, holiday cards, albums, etc. Last year, I did a wedding and gave the bride a big price reduction, and she still hasn't ordered prints. (Of course, the prints were what I was counting on!) So I thought Pictage would help me in situations like that, by making it easier to "remind" the bride to order, and making it easier on me to design the album, etc. However, after seeing the reviews, I don't know if it's such a great idea. On the testimonials CD, of course, the photographers loved the print quality and I would love to avoid having to run all over Los Angeles to get my prints made - and black & white print prices are so high now that, to make a profit, I have to charge a lot for them! But then I hear (via reviews) their print quality is inconsistent, etc. Can someone give me advice, for my particular situation? Is collages.net any better? Thanks!