I am a middle-aged woman with pink, blue, and purple hair in art school in California. I am spunky, and used to be a dancer, then photographer for theater -- long ago. Then I changed course and went into ceramics/clay/pottery. I was trying to make my living as a museum curator/consultant and professor. Lost in THE ARTS! My have times changed in the image world! First, the love of my life -- OM1-- was stolen (1993) when I walked away from it leaving it on a car roof!!! Dumb, dumb, dumb . . . . now I have a Contax N1 (2002) -- different world. I also shoot digital, but much prefer traditional. Between the OM1 and the Contax N1, I was in my clay mode. Moving into large format. Doing Platinum/Palladium printing this summer which is my printing method preferred for my senior show next March. Then its on for an MFA -- video/film/photography. I have a question! I have been using -- really just experimenting -- with Kodak Professional Readyload Single-Sheet packets in a Polaroid holder on the back of a great old Graflex. I have not developed these sheets myself, but send them to a very reputable lab. We encountered a problem! You can't feel the negative once it has been exposed and ready to pull out as one unit from the Polaroid back, so you can't tell if you have hold of both negative and paper in hand. In fact, it is hard to know if the film has been 'left' when you first move the holder out of the way (first pull). Can this film even be used inside a Polaroid back? The lab says this is a problem with other clients as well. I have had some good results, but not reliable, and certainly not worth the price of waste. Do I have to buy a Kodak back?????? Sheeesh. I am starting to use film frame holders (reliable), but the ready loads are convenient. Any thoughts? Am I making the problem clear? Thanks out there . . . . . .