Anyway, what I would like to see is a list of which films are currently available, in what formats, and for the more obscure brands, where they can be bought. I used to be completely on top of this, but I'm certainly not now. The same thing for developers and processing kits for colour, and printing papers. Better still, samples of the look of each film (with a standard developer) to help people choose, and for developers, samples of what several reference films look like - for example, I always loved the look of HP5 souped in Rodinal - it gave a lovely grain pattern and superb tonality, whereas other combinations of developers with the same film seemed lacking in character to me. Being able to see a sample of what each combo looks like might be the spur to have a go. Likewise, being able to see what current slide films can do might be interesting - I used Velvia for years because it was lovely and sharp, and had colours that I personally found more realistic than the muted tones of other films - I know that puts me in a minority of pretty much one, but I've always considered the world to be a pretty vibrant place. However, I also enjoyed the pastel reproductions of some other films, so knowing what the current options are would be great, and again might encourage me to put some film through some of my old cameras.