I have had pretty good success with Costco. You might try that if yours has a film processor (some don't). I, too, get my film scanned. One thing that I really like about my Costco is that they will scan B&W (or previously processed color negs) and put them on CD for me. If I put several roles in the same envelope then they will put them all on one CD and it only costs me the price of one scanned set of images or basically the cost of one CD (last time was ~120 exposures on one CD for about US$3.00). They are usually about 1.5 MB scans. That is great because everywhere else creates one CD per roll. So, in this case, that would be 4X the price. I have had good success with C-41 when they have done that for me as well.
That's what I've been doing with Walmart lately....I develop two rolls at a time at home and then go have them scan them to one CD for $3. I am not as big of a fan of the Fuji scans as the Noritsu, but they work too.