Hi Been shooting 35mm mostly for the past 3-4 years, moved on to medium format this autumn with a Hasselblad 503CW and a Mamiya RZ67 pro II, and I am very exited about the new and larger format. Now, I do have a Nikon coolscan V for 35mm scanning. I also bought an Epson V750 for medium format scanning and everything is working fine. I have an Epson 3800, which can print b&w and print them up to A2. Though, I saw this ad for an enlarger, a Durst M670 BW enlarger, capable for 35mm, 6*6 and 6*7 for around $440,-, trays, safe lights and a 110mm lens included (Unsure if the lens is extra, or if that is the only lens with the enlager). I also get some papers with the enlarger. But should I? I feel I am missing out, not putting my negatives on paper and only scanning them, I'm thinking that judging the negatives is easier/better from a proof than from a scan (which basically saves it). I am new at this, so looking at the negative per-se and deciding if it is underexposed or underdeveloped is hard etc. Is it 50% more "photography" trough wet-printing your own photos, or should I just don't bother and be happy with what I got?