The title pretty much says it. I am recently retired and the wife is encouraging me to dig out all my old Canon F-1s and Nikon F4 and start shooting again. I've looked hard and long at going the digital route, but it just doesn't add up for me yet. I bought a Nikon D70 about a year after they first came out and have been underwhelmed ever since. My brother just got a Nikon D7000 and it is much better, but there is just so much that just bugs me. Anyway, I'm looking to commit myself to film for a number of years. I plan on finding a b&w film to use for awhile and then would like to move into doing some color work. I know from my work in college that I will never be satisfied with b&w alone, but at the same time I do not want to be without it. I would also like to get a medium format; not sure what exact format, but probably 6x6. So for what enlarger do I scour C-List and eBay? I want something that is sturdy enough and I can get the film carrier to be square with the base and stay that way. I've also read about cold lights, condensers and dichroics until my head hurts. I'm figuring a dichroic head is probably the best compromise, but I've read stuff about old heads with dust baked onto the filters, etc. I don't know anything about these, whether they can be reconditioned, filters replaced, etc. I need advice and information and can't wait to get started. Thanks!