Back when I only used 35mm cameras I shot alot of Agfa Scala film. Gave up on it because of difficulty of making prints from B&W transparencies. In the latest View Camera magazine, the article on James Lattanzio mentions that he shoots Agfa Scala film, then uses Ilford Ortho film to make an enlarged negative which is then used for platinum contact prints. I recently tried the technique using 35mm slide enlarged onto an 8X10 negative ( used J&C Pro 100). The results look encouraging, though contrast levels did increase. This may be acceptable for printing with AZO or pt/pl. I wonder if others, besides Lattanzio, have tried the technique; and what have been your experiences?