My uncle was getting rid of his darkroom stuff, which he hasn't used in years, and thought proper to dispose of. I'm now in possession of quite a number of interesting items, incuding among others: a small Vivitar enlarger with 50/75mm lenses, masks for 35 and 6x6, Ilford VC filters (there's a tray in the enlarger head to slide them in), a Zone VI cold light head with a heavy block that has a on/off switch and...a really old box of Cibachrome paper, a developing tube, and a Cibachrome exposure timer!! There are also some Ciba filters, an Alden loader, changing bag (they were sturdier back then: the identical one I just bought is a POC), and a Paterson tank. Now the Ciba stuff may be only marginally useful (the paper is probably not worth the box it's in now), but I must say I am touched to have in my hands the proof that some time ago it was common to print directly from slides. However, I am more intrigued by the exposure meter, and I wonder if it can be of use for B&W. Now I wish I could describe it properly, but it's stowed away at the bottom of the box I brought it in. It's got a small rectangular white area with a little hole in the center. On the right there's a dial with time marks, and some LEDs. Other thing I'm not sure about is how to keep the Zone VI light properly setup in the head. There are no holes for screws in it, so I wonder how it should be kept in place. The enlarger's head is one of those metal ones that look like a saloon hairdryer, it's just thin metal. All that equipement is pretty nice to have come by--the irony is that the enlarger was once my father's, who sold it to my uncle--and I hope I can get started on setting up some bathroom darkroom pretty soon.