I shoot mostly black and white film and have been printing it in my tiny but adequate home darkroom. Unfortunately, I've slowly found myself involved in too many projects to have the time to set things up and do any printing. While I've been shooting more and more with a DSLR in the past few months, I still like shooting with my older film cameras. I don't suppose I'll stop using them until there are no parts left to repair them. I also have a massive (to me) number of negatives on file--some that have never been reviewed or printed--dating back over about 35 years. The vast majority is 35mm but also a great deal of 645 and 6x6--also including a significant number of 35mm slides. I also have a bit of 4x5--mostly color transparencies. I have a budget of about $500 and I would like to buy a scanner that will cover these film formats and do a good job mainly for black and white film but also for color transparencies. My intentions are to make prints. I'm pretty sure I won't be able to get the same black and white print quality I can get in the wet darkroom or the color results I get with the DSLR but I want to make good looking prints. I also need something that is easy to set up and use--I tend to get frustrated easily. As I stated previously, my home darkroom is tiny so my wet printing is limited to nothing larger than 11x14. In fact, most of my prints are full frame on 11x14 paper, so my sizes are closer to 8x10 in image area. I don't expect to print anything larger than a 13x19 inch inkjet. I've also considered a Coolscan V for 35mm only and a cheap flatbed to muddle along with the medium format and 4x5 but I would really prefer less clutter of one unit that can do it all. Does the V700 sound like it would fit my needs? If not, any other suggestions that won't blow my budget completely?