I've been shooting film for about 6 months now, and am loving the process of it and the use of older manual cameras. I've been processing my film in the kitchen, and have had good experiences with that. Now it's on to enlarging/printing in a darkroom to complete the cycle. I'm going to construct it in my laundry room, which has a water supply, existing shelves over the washer/dryer, vent, no windows - but two doors, and a tile floor. My working area will be about 4x8 feet. The main thing I need to figure out is the drain. The only drain, behind the washing machine, is about 3.5' high. In the meantime, I would like to start looking for an enlarger/lens as I continue to prepare the room. I'm only shooting 35mm at the moment, but may go medium format in the future. Everything I shoot now is B&W, and color is not in my plans. Someday possibly, but not any time soon - if ever. I'd like to be able to print up to 16x20 if I have the room for it. It has been recommended to me by an acquaintance to go with a diffuser enlarger over a condenser, which is what I have decided on based on that and some online research. I know that debate can open a can of worms, so lets not go that direction with this thread, and just stick with diffuser enlarger suggestions. I need to find something fairly affordable - as in a couple hundred dollars max for a fully working unit. If I can go less than that then great, because I could use that money for other darkroom equipment, paper, chemicals, etc... On the recommended list so far is a Saunders 670MXL. Are there any other suggestions? If I could come up with a short list of 3 "can't go wrong enlargers" for my needs then I could start keeping an eye out for a deal on one of them.