I was reading another thread about the price increase of Ilford in North America, and I went to check its official Japanese importer/distributor, Chugai Photo's site to see if we are getting the same. But it turned out there's no notice about it. Fine. However, in there I found two recall posts from last year about the damage(s) that occured during the Xray scan in the shipping. One is the MG RC paper, and the other one is HP5 in 120. Now these posts convince me that international shipping of Ilford products to Japan through Chugai is pretty chancy. The link is in Japanese: http://www.chugai-photo.co.jp/ In thoese posts, they clearly mention about fogging caused by Xray. Is this sort of thig a common occurrence in most other places? Is it because their shippment containers go through a different kind of Xray scan if that's the case? But how come us customers making small deliveries by using FedEx and/or UPS (like buying stuff from B&H or some other international sellers) is not so affected by the Xray scan that our packages go through? Does anyone have a clue why they seem to differ?