Oh, and about the Silver Shade... It's beautiful stuff. One quirky thing about it, though, that doesn't get talked about as much, is that the film seems to continue to develop if you don't take immediate precautions to "dry" it. Impossible makes a dry age kit which seems to be nothing more than poorly packaged silica and a strip of cobalt chloride paper. The point is to do something. The Cool stuff I have started out a true monochrome and then turned sepia within a week. The sepia looks fine but I lost a lot of shadow detail in the process. The oldest shots are almost gone (I scanned them at least) and I'm trying like hell to preserve the more recent ones without resorting to making lifts or transparencies.