I note from Freestyle's site that the new Acros in boxes of 10 4x5 sheets has arrived. In case anyone is interested, compute the price and compare the cost of Acros to that of Tmax and Delta 100 in boxes of 50...about $25-$30 more for the privilege of using the Acros. For those who have waited, and extolled the virtues of the new Acros, enjoy using the film. I am certain that Acros is very special, but at the much higher price for fifty sheets...not a film I will try anytime soon. Not sure that I will see the differences. Apparently, Fuji has made a similar pricing decision to the one made by Kodak in the much higher price for Tmax 400 in ten sheet boxes of 8x10 vs, for example, HP5 ( if one computes out to 25 sheets ). I know that film should be supported by analog photographers, but when the price disparity is so great between otherwise excellent films then, at least to me, the differences between the products must be very significant to purchase the more expensive film versus the other excellent "reasonably priced alternative". Please correct me if I have miscomputed the prices noted. Pricing decisions are complex of course, and have to do with multiple factors including exchange rates and costs of shipping. It is great to have the choice of purchasing the film that one desires.