I wonder if anyone else is using the ViewScan Pro with a Nikon 9000Ed. I just bought VueScan, as IntelMacs with CS3 and NikonScan are at least 5 years behind the times. So... if you plan to scan 120 film w/ the provided holder from Nikon, then you're in for a surprise. Let me paint a picture.. I just shot a wedding, and with one camera, using 120 Provia. 14 rolls of film. The batch scan of all my 35mm went off flawlessly. Then came time to scan the 120. The neg is cut in 3's so they can fit the holder. You do a preview...and you get the first cell perfecetly.. you see a little bit of the second image in the preview window...but that seems ok for the time being. You then preview image 2...and this is where you go mad. as you're now playing with the input offset, and input frame spacing for what seems like hours. Here's the rub.. according to VueScan.. *this* is what you have to do with your $79 software. Last night, it took me 4 hours to scan 9 120 images. Today.. I took the neg to work, and used the same setup in our art department using Silverfast. 150 images in 90min... why so fast? ..well, cause I didn't have to calculate exact pixel offsets for each slide, and was able to batch scan..and preview. So... emailed VueScan, and this is what was sent back to me: Hi Joel, I'm pretty sure you can solve this problem by using the "Input|Frame spacing" and "Input|Frame offset" options. Then use the "Input|Frame number" option to select which frame to preview and scan. Regards, Ed Hamrick Problem not solved.. just a new one introduced. Has anyone dealt with this before? Even in their adds, they boast the image detection from the tray that is in the scanner. This is where I ask you all for help, or if you have a better work around, instead of moving a slider 5pixels...testing the preview...oppps.. too far... 4 pixels...mmm, guess that'll do. For $79... I"m sure he can have a better solution. Agree?? Do I buy SilverFast for $500!? ..is it worth it? I'm sorry send bad press, but this is just a shame.