I work at the bookstore at the college I attend. Today, I stocked the photo supplies shelf with 20 rolls of T-Max 100, two full boxes of T-Max developer, and some Kodak Rapid Fixer. The invoice from the last shipment of books and supplies shows that there's still 80 more rolls of T-Max 100 and 100 rolls of T-max 400. I didnt see the whole invoice. I just glanced at it as I was picking up more boxes of stuff to put on the shelves. I'm assuming we have some Kodak stop bath and some photo flow in this shipment or maybe coming in the next shipment. I've never used T-Max, but I have used Delta 100 and 400. I didnt care too much for the Delta, so I'm assuming I wont be a fan of T-Max. It's not a bad film. I'm just used to HP5+. With a price of $3.89 a roll, I might buy a few rolls to play with. If I count shipping from Freestyle, I'm probably paying at least that much for my HP5+ anyway ($3.49/roll + shipping), so I'm not really losing anything. Hopefully the new and more experienced photography students at my school will appreciate the Kodak products (Actually they'll probably bitch to me about how the film costs about $0.80 more a roll :/) Edit: Stupid me forgot to mention that we're replacing the Arista EDU film and Arista chemicals with the Kodak products.