If you can set up a DIY cutter and based purely on U.K. prices but this should apply elsewhere, the savings on buying rolls are very substantial.

If you prefer Kodak RA4 paper then a DIY cutter is essential or will be very soon as cut stocks run out.

Given the reluctance users might have to cut their own stuff with fears of making a mess of it and given that Kodak still makes the paper, I have never understood why Kodak decided to cut out a couple of easily done stages in the factory i.e the cutting and boxing and hand over the cut sheet market place to Fuji?

Anyone know Kodak's reasoning?