Hello friends, I've bought several 120 rolls of Agfa color films (Portrait, Optima and RSX slide) from their last stock, but was frustrated to know that our Agfa lab (which lasts the only lab to use Agfa chemicals) develops only 35mm negative films. I've heard some rumours that Agfa color films are more sensitive for developing in the non-Agfa chemicals and could give the unpleasant results. So, before I'll aim my feet to the Kodak-Express (Fuji-lab, Konica) to develop my beloved Agfa Portrait, I would like to know the opinions from you guys, especially from those, who had the real experience of developing Agfa color films in Kodak or Fuji or Konica chemicals - is the abovementioned Agfa behavior only rumours, or this is the painful reality. If this is the reality, can somebody advice which chemicals give the closest results to the original Agfa? Thanks, E.