Since picking up my Auto 110 over the summer I've been getting back into 110 film. I read on some website that the emulsions used these days are far better than they were some years ago. Maybe I'm being misty-eyed for the past but I remember in the late 90s using Kodak Gold 110 (I think?) and getting results I was quite happy with. I remember getting prints on nice pearl paper with nice, saturated colors. While there was some vignetting I was satisfied. A few weeks back I had a roll of Super G 110 done by Fuji over here and it came out like crap. The negs were okay but the colors were somewhat boring, there were red borders on both sides and grain that would make Tri-X jealous. I've resorted to just getting negs done and scanning them. Even after taping them down to the glass and reducing their size, I get maybe a handful of keepers from a 24exp roll, and of course Newton Rings which are hard to avoid. Am I seeing the past through rose colored glasses? Was it this bad back then? Is 110 just being left to die in a field somewhere slowly?