Hey folks, I've started developing my own b/w negatives, but I realized that developing the negatives probably isn't as fun as developing prints. The first few rolls were fun, but now I really want to start making my own prints! My "darkroom" is a larger-than-normal bathroom. I'm not sure how many square feet, but it's fairly large. I'm sure I could fit an enlarger in there, but still want to minimize the amount of space I take up. Any good suggestions? I shoot both 35mm and 120 film. While I would mainly be making smaller prints, I would still like the ability to print up to at least 12x18 or if possible, 16x20 (though I don't think I would print this big often, I would still like the option to do so). However, if this is not possible in limited amount of space, then 8x10 would suffice. As a rough estimate, I have a 4x4' area to place an enlarger. Any suggestions in regards to setting up a darkroom for prints would be helpful as well. I understand that I would need trays, a rack of some sort to place the prints to dry, and squeegees. Aside from that, this is all very new to me, but I will do a search here first before asking more specific questions. Thanks! Jason Edit: Actually, the largest print I would make would probably be 8x10 and a rare 11x14. I'm really not familiar with these ratios as I've been mainly a 35mm shooter and printed at the 2x3 ratio. However, 8x10 will probably be my limit. Anything larger and I'll have a pro lab do this for me. Thanks!