I am going back to B&W film for a spell as I want to simplify my life, after what seemed like three or four years using digital SLRs but is, in fact, 12 or so. They are brilliant, of course, but I want to use something I like more. I took my two Pentax MXs to be refurbed and the gent said he was doing £45k a year of business on servicing old film cameras. So, I guess it is a trend. Pentax MX was never the best manual SLR, but it was by far the prettiest and I loved them. (Pic of one being repaired below). I have nine four rolls of Velvia, maybe Exp 2006. Six rolls of Sensia from Exp Jan 2006. 1 Ektachrome E100s. No idea Exp date. 1 Jessops Diamond Everyday Exp March 2007. One Ilford HP5. One Ilford PanF Eight Ilford FP4 . Exp not known. The film has been kept in either cool dark cellar or boiling hot attic. My guess is the B&W is fine. But what about the colour? No point shooting stuff if it is worn out. Should I bin the colour or bin the lot?