So I currently have an Olympus e-p2 and ,in a trade on these forums, I got an e-p3 thinking I would enjoy having two cameras so I wouldn't have to change lenses. Well living in Madison and being on the street it worked well, but now I am living in a smaller area in Wisconsin and have no real use for having two Olympus e-px cameras and I have been thinking about finally going into film like I have wanted to do for so long. Well I lucked out and my friend who bought one of my old Canon DSLRs has been wanting to get something smaller so I am selling him my e-p2 and using the money to get a film set up. I plan on just doing my own film developing and using a scanner but I am unsure of what to use. I have a couple ideas but I am unsure if I will be sticking to 35mm or shooting 120 somewhere along the way. If I decide to stick with 35mm film I think I am going to get the Plustek 7400. I think this would be better quality of scans but it is very limited in it's uses. Plustek OpticFilm 7400 Scanner 60-A1A-BBM310-C B&H Photo Video But I was also looking at the Epson v600 and the Canoscan 9000f for 35mm and medium format. Epson Perfection V600 Photo Scanner B11B198011 B&H Photo Video Canon CanoScan 9000F Color Image Scanner 4207B002 B&H Photo Has anyone tried any of these or has any advice on film scanners? I am leaning more on the Canoscan or Epison because they give me the option of shooting in medium format and they are a bit more affordable leaving me more cash for film and chemicals.