However shipping triples the cost of the stuff for USA folks. Are there any others in the USA that want to try some of this stuff out? The plan is to buy a bigger roll of the paper which is ok to cut/handle in red light. The rolls are just over 1 meter in width. Is there an interest in this product? It is approx iso 100 ortho paper which is meant to be directly reversal processed--develop-bleach-re-expose-develop again. You've all seen what it looks like if you're old enough. Rolls are best to get since you can cut it under red light to any size you want. They will cut sheets but there are minimum quantities for this and groups all want different sizes. Check their website for technical details--this stuff is da bomb for instant gratification pics and for ULF experimentation--it's ISO 100!!!!. This brings ULF pics with affordable lighting to the masses who can build cardboard ULF cameras. The more people that want in, the cheeper it gets for us all. It would be nice if ilford or kodak would make such a product to avoid the excessive shipping expense.