Hollinger Metal Edge is another reputable business that is a pleasure to deal with. They have everything you can possibly imagine in terms of presentation and archival storage supplies (except for frames). Request their catalogue and you'll be amazed at the breadth and depth of their product lines. They do a lot of business with museums.
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It's the failure of the system (legal & commerce) to take effective action against Light Impressions. No one who has posted on this thread is making this stuff up. Part of the problem is that those entities responsible for enforcement are most likely having difficulty isolating and identifying who to go after since LI is a subsidiary of a holding company that keeps changing its name and contact information.
The owner of Light Impressions is New Century Direct. Their entity number in the California Secretary of State's database is C3096879. Do a lookup on this number and you'll get the name and address of their process agent. That's the official legal entity you serve when you sue them. If you live in California and they've stiffed you, I'd file against them in small claims court in a heartbeat.
Don't order from these people. I too had my items on backorder since May and I really don't expect to ever see them. Contacted BBB and they didn't get a response from Light Impressions. Contacted my credit card and they are taking care of it and hopefully will get my money refunded.
Welcome to APUG. I hope you do get a refund after this much time. The BBB can not do much. Contact the Federal Trade Commission and fill out a complaint. Write the Calif. Attorney General's office, even if you don't live in this State. The more times they hear about the creeps the better.
I do use a digital device in my photographic pursuits when necessary.
When someone rags on me for using film, I use a middle digit, upraised.