The one thing I liked about APS, besides the compact size of the cameras, was the fact that with the right (read: higher-end) camera and a fully APS-capable lab, the back printing gave all of the details about the exposure: Date, time, ISO, shutter speed, aperture, and if there was any manual exposure adjustment. You could also add titles on the camera that ended up being printed on the back of each print as well. I'm lucky in that one of my local labs still maintains their APS equipment enough so that if I go shooting with my Minolta S-1, they will still do all of the back printing.