Hello everyone! I am new to Medium format but FAR from new to photography. I grew up with a father who shot for the Cleveland, Ohio fire dept before he became a fire fighter and an Uncle who shot for the Cleveland Plain Dealer (Newspaper) so I have been around good mentors. I fooled around in high school with film but stopped. In 2003 I picked up a Digital Canon and have been shooting ever since. I shoot mainly studio work but I do weddings also. I try to stay away from LARGE weddings and stick with the intimate beach weddings as the couples are more relaxed and just ALOT of fun. When the money is right, yeah I will do a large wedding! I have just picked up a RZ67 with a 50mm and 127mm lens, Polaroid back, 2x120 backs, waist level viewer, and a winder. I am very excited about shooting film as I have helped process film before just never made my own prints. My dad has a complete dark room at home and I told him NOT to get rid of it as I want his enlargers. I just do not have any room in the Condo I am living at right now but in less than two years I will be transferring and will be looking for a place to set up enlargers. My plan is to shoot some boudoir sessions with it, studio work, and commercial work. I know I have PLENTY of light with my Quantum T5d-R's and Photogenic strobes but I do not think I will ever give up digital. I am sure I will supplement my digital with medium format at weddings but can not EVER see dropping digital for the film. I redid a bridal shoot for a couple because their "PROFESSIONAL" photographer did horrible on their wedding shoot using medium format. They actually got their negatives from him and I fixed as much as I could by scanning and TRYING to get the exposure right. A close friend of mine had the same problem and I am STILL trying to get his pictures fixed. I have done a good amount of research into the camera and lenses but the film kills me! The camera came with the 127mm and I will be getting a 110 and 180 soon just need to find the right price. But the film, Wheeewwww, I just dont know WHERE to start! I have had good luck with Ilford in the past so I think I will stick with it.. I have the Pan F PLUS, HP5 Plus, and Delta 100. What I REALLY want to get into is outdoor night photography and with a digital I set it up on a tripod, ISO 100, and long exposure. NO problems. With Medium Format though, I am a little lost and confused. I want to enlarge to a minimum of 11"x14" but do not want to see ALOT of grain. Would I be better to shoot a slow film using long or multiple exposure or go with something high? I know the faster the film the more grain but can anyone give me a hand here?