Wow! I am so glad to see that the darkroom is still alive and well and that there are still some traditional shooters out there. I've been an APUG lurker for maybe a couple months now, but only just now starting to really see what's all here.
It's wonderful to see so many variations on the darkroom theme and what works for different folks. I know there are a few ideas out there that never even occurred to me and now I want to implement some of them. I hope too much reading of this post doesn't end up making me unhappy with what I have!
I'd love to post a few photos of my darkroom, but it seems I must have them available online with a URL in order to do that. (I ain't got not website for that so...oh well) I live in a downtown loft that had a large closet/laundry/bathroom arrangement and my loving wife elected to cede this space over to me for a darkroom last Christmas. It isn't ideal; I wish I had room for a proper sink, but the space works out allright for me for now.
BTW: I live in Dallas, TX. Not too big a photo town and certainly not too much film photography happening (it seems). If any B&W film shooters from the DFW area are interested, I'd like to talk about getting a small group together for critiques, photo/portfolio reviews and general photog talk every so often. Maybe PM me if you're up for that....