Hi there. I would like to ask you about a question that is becoming a myth to me. It's the second time I hear about it from two different working people of the graphic industry. What they tell me is that if you want to make a big print it's better to scan a smaller print with a good scanner than to interpolate the file. For instance, if you need to make a 20x30cm print at 300dpi, but you only have a file with 10x15cm at 300dpi, you should print it with 10x15cm and then scan the print with a good flatbed scanner setting the size you need to print (200% in this case, at 300dpi). They suggest that this will create a file with better quality than interpolating with photoshop. Actually I don't think it's possible since we would only lose quality when we are transfering the data from media to media. Another fact is that it would be necessary to GAIN resolution in the scanning process, what I believe, is impossible. Did anyone ever heard about this theory. Is there any logic behind it? Cheers.