Hi. I live in Chicago, Illinois, and I am interested in having some Kodak disc film processed. I have one disc with 15 exposures, and the photos were taken 25 years ago. I have done some research, and I found four labs in the United States that can process disc film. These labs are the following: Rocky Mountain Photo Lab (http://www.rockymountainfilm.com/disc.htm) Rapid Photo (http://www.rapidphoto.net/Disc_Film_Services.html) Film Rescue International (http://www.filmrescue.com/old-still-film-developing) Dwayne's Photo (http://www.dwaynesphoto.com/newsite2006/disc-126-film.html) Rocky Mountain will process one disc, scan the disc to make digital images, put the digital images onto a CD, and create prints, for $36.50. Rapid Photo will do the same for $33.20. Film Rescue will do the same for $53.70. Without the prints (CD only), the total is $38.85. Rocky Mountain and Rapid Photo do not give any guarantees with respect to results. These labs will charge their prices, whether the results are good or bad. However, Film Rescue will not charge any money if none of the 15 exposures can be developed. Now we come to Dwayne's Photo. Dwayne's will process one disc and create prints for only $9.00. There is no scanning, and there is no CD. Dwayne's does not guarantee results. It appears that Dwayne's has a very cheap price. Is the price cheap because Dwayne's wants to offer a great service to its customers at a very low price? Or, is the price cheap because Dwayne's offers a very bad and very crappy service? My first thought was to go to Dwayne's. But, if Dwayne's is crappy, then perhaps I should go to Film Rescue. Film Rescue may be more expensive than Rocky Mountain and Rapid Photo, but at least Film Rescue will not charge me anything if none of the 15 exposures can be developed. I would greatly appreciate the opinions of the people on this forum. Thank you!