Now that I wont use Walmart, my formerly usual place (because where I live they don't return negatives), I took my two 24exp 35mm vacation rolls to Walgreens and was happy to find they still do film processing. The clerk even said there was a $1 off offer that week and even though I did not have the coupon, he gave it to me. I ordered one copy of each photo plus a CD. I did not think to ask about the price, figuring it would be $20-$25. When I picked up the order, the total came to $33 and that's with the discount. It used to be about $20 at Walmart. There was no breakdown on the receipt, just the total plus tax. The photos came out nice (taken with Fujica ST705 and Zeiss lenses) but I was unimpressed with the scans. Walmart used to give 2 sets of scans, low-resolution previews and high-resolution full-size. Walgreens single scans came somewhere in between, not small enough for a preview but not big enough to be called high-resolution. All in all I have mixed feelings, I wish there was another alternative but I guess I should be grateful I can get films developed at all. It seems the price is going only one way though - and that is UP.