Well, how sensitive films are going to become is often discussed. However, how sensible, to other influences than light, they are going to become is merely talked about. One of the few, or rather the only one to do so was the Gigabitfilm institute/company in Germany. Just now this topic has reached Apug. And in a most recent publication in Germany this source gives a statement which only could be read as to keep the hands off a certain film in a certain cartridge. Is this just the effect of some weird strategy within the industry? Or is this a real problem challenging the industry AND the user? Up to now the 135-type film size was probably the most robust. (With only few exceptions like light-piping and storage issues for some rather irregular films.) Are scenarios to fear that before processing the first strip of film has to be cut off because it has been touched with plain hands, otherwise resulting in contaminating the process? How much care, starting with selecting the right materials, has to be applied to processing equipment? Is that one a single voice? Has the rest of the industry kept this issue in-house in order not to worry the user? Was one player negligently releasing foul material? I’m curious how the industry will react on this issue.