I am, once again, pondering the wet-darkroom route of printing my trannies. And well aware that this could open up one of those big ole worm cans, here goes. I printed Cibachrome when it was brand new, and I remember the process as being fairly forgiving on the processing end. Also, I was young and stupid and couldn't really tell you much about how the prints turned out now that I'm old (please note the lack of "less stupid" in the last phrase). About ten years ago I dabbled with Fuji 35 SG type-R prints and found them to turn out pretty nicely while being a bit fiddly about development, especially with developer carry over issues but let's face it, neither was in a proper darkroom and I'm sure that today other issues would emerge (consistancy come immeadiately to mind). So I would be interested in the thoughts of others who have faced this issue. Final print quality is of the upmost importance. Consistancy would be second, achchival properties third and reasonably obtainable developement fourth. Hit me with your best shot. I haven't yet picked a processor, but for the volumes I anticipate a Jobo is a fine canidate.