I just got my Pentax LX back from repair, and ran a roll of Rite Aid brand Superia 400 through it to test all is well. I also shot the first few frames of the roll through a known good camera (my P30T) so I would have a frame of reference on the roll for problems. They were just shots of my cat and dog, nothing amazing, nothing I couldn't stand to lose. I dropped it off at Rite Aid and came back in an hour to get my pictures. I paid and left; when I got home I looked them over. The photos are incredibly grainy, all the colors are off on the prints. The worst part is the negatives are very, very thin. Even the edge codes are thin. They look as if I underexposed by 5 stops. I metered some shots with my Polaris incident meter and some with the LX, so I could compare in-camera meter with the known good Polaris. I feel like I did everything right, but they still managed to ruin the film. The film has fingerprints and oil marks all over it, the prints look totally washed out, grainy, and all the colors are incorrect. I'm colorblind and if I say the colors are wrong, buddy they are wrong. One thing for sure: after I get my money back for this roll (and hopefully a replacement roll of film), I will never go to Rite Aid again for film processing. All of my film from now on will go to The Darkroom or some other send-off lab. They still have a good deal for their film; BOGO 4 roll packs of Superia rebrand $10. 8 rolls for $10, and if you have store register rewards you can save more. I've paid as little as $4 for 10 rolls before. A question; what are thin C-41 negatives indicative of? Expired developer and/or blix? The mask is more of a red-orange than an orange that I'm used to as well.