Well, I set up my Zone VI 8 X 10 enlarger with the 60 inch column, and can in fa ct do 30X40 prints with less than 7 feet of necessary ceiling height (using a 24 0 mm lens, with baseboard and vaccuum easel on the floor), much to my pleasure. Next question: how does one conveniently wash these big FB B + W prints archiv ally? I have two big sinks, but not enough room to be washing 4-5 prints separa tely. I've actually been thinking of a kids' wading pool and garden hose outdoo rs. Any thoughts? Also, what recommendations for presentation and storage of t he resulting big prints? I'd like some sort of very large portfolio, but Light I mpressions doesn't seem to go that large (matted, they will be bigger than 30 X 40, of course). Just in case you're wondering, "Why so big", they are prints fr om 8 X 10 negs of Angkor Wat, which, as befits a monument, looks good at "monume ntal proportions."