Hello, For my black and white film I enjoy traditional darkroom processing. However, I would like start getting my digital images printed and have no idea where to begin. I purchased an expensive Epson printer a few years back but could never get the colors right and the paper/ink is very expensive besides being a hassle for me. So basically my computer is filled with great images that I would love to print. Ken Rockwell recommends having prints done at Costco or some Wal Marts which isn't a problem except that the closest Costco is 1 hr away from my house, though they seem knowledgable. I called my local Wal Mart and the guy at the photo lab had no idea what a light sensitive process is and just said: "we use a big machine to make your prints". After digging deeper he said that the digital 1hrs are done on a regular printer and the others are done on the "kodak machine". What does this mean? Basically I am wondering where the best value for quality/money combination is to get digital prints made. Mail order seems to be more expensive when factoring in shipping, etc. but I would be open to suggestions. Also, I would like to start shooting Velvia 50. Where should I get that film processed? Thanks!