For the benefit of those of you who are financially and/or situationally challenged, I offer you the following thumbnail image of my state-of-the-art darkroom. Please note that the wet side (everything on the washing machine) is separated from the dry side (everything on the clothes dryer) by that huge 6" gap between the washer and dryer. Doesn't it just bring a tear to your eye? Also please notice that my enlarger (that would be the bullet reflector with 30 watt bulb, hanging from the rafters above the dryer) has the latest in modern diffusion materials (a piece of copy paper, attached with scotch tape). Yes, it's plugged into the "A" outlet of my latest addition, a GraLab 605 timer (I sorta miss the "turn light on; one-thousand-one, one-thousand-two, one-thousand-three; turn light off" exposure method <sigh>). Of course, all this high-tech gadgetry would be of little use, without my trusty 8x10 Premier contact printer, which requires so much force to close the back that I'm wondering how long it wil be, before I push it through the rusting top of the dryer <sigh>. Submitted for your viewing pleasure!