I just returned from visiting family in Minnesota, with Duluth the last leg. Since the beginnings of "Homeland Security", the folks at the Duluth airport have always been a little over-enthusiastic, but on Sunday, October 22, 2006, they crossed the line. Security spent twenty minutes tearing through my small camera bag. Nothing escaped handling. My cable shutter release was played with for at least a minute and then wiped down for chemical traces. It was everything I could do to prevent them from unspooling my 120 film ("I've never seen this stuff. Are you SURE it's film?"). The woman ahead of me had her cell phone calls looked at and every file in her digital camera studied. Just thought you should know.