I was debating on whether to place this post in the Geographic Locations forum or here, but I believe that it has more to do about equipment than places to shoot. The question is what would be the best method of packing film for air travel? I am currently in Florida, U.S., and I might be traveling during the month of April. I really want to pack several rolls of Fuji Astia 100 F for my F100 (and my F3HP as well), but I am concerned about X rays. Considering how TSA's behave differently from one airport to the next, I don't want to rely on having them hand check my film. The way things are going nowadays they might think I am packing explosives in my film canisters. The last two times I travelled (last was January 14th) I carried only digital equipment because I was going to shoot a wedding ( I use digital for work, but I use film for art and higher end imaging), so film was not a problem. The only problem I ran into was at the TSA checkpoint in Puerto Rico. They hand checked my camera bag and ran it through a series of tests to see if it carried any exposives. Funny thing is that the TSA's in Miami International Airport did not hand check the same bag loaded with the same exact equipment. The TSA from Puerto Rico also decided to interrogate me as to why I was carrying my equipment and what each item was for. Good thing I was there an hour before departure! All I had in the camera bag was two D1X bodies, two SB-800 Speedlights, One D200 body, a 17-55mm 2.8 lens, an 80-200mm 2.8 lens, and about 15 CF cards. I don't trust checked baggage because I have had my luggage stolen. Any suggestions?