I have a bunch of older 35mm slides. I would like to digitize some of them. I notice Costco.com has the following: http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?prodid=10016148&whse=BC&topnav=&cat= Pacific Image PrimeFilm 35mm Film & Slide Scanner 1800U Adobe Photoshop Album 1.0 Software for Windows included 35 mm film and slide scanner: scans slides and negatives Linear array color CCD 36 bits per pixel color mode 12-bit per pixel grayscale mode Optical resolution: 1800 dpi (or 4.2 million pixels for a 35mm x 24mm image) Maximum resolution: 19200 x 19200 dpi (software enhanced) Light source: Cold cathode fluorescent lamp Scanning buffer: 512 K byte Preview speed: approximately 10 seconds for color Scanning speed: approximately 35 seconds Maximum scanning area: 36mm x 24mm USB interface Microsoft XP® compatible Microsoft ME compatible Included software: Adobe Photoshop Album 1.0; Pacific Image CyberView; TWAIN-compliant driver for PC; plug-in for Mac; Presto Pagemanager (with image folio); Mr. Photo (with photo album) Package includes: Film scanner, USB cable, power adaptor, driver, user's manual, warranty card and quick installation guide Dimensions: 10.55" x 6.54" x 2.60" Weight: 1.65 lbs. $99.99 Shipping & Handling included Item # 423427 Has anybody used this unit? How big are the files? My Olympus 3.2 mega pixle files are generally under 500K each and print very well at 8X10. I'm not looking to do anything fancy, just the basics. $99 to my door sure is looking good. I don't think I need the 3600 dpi ones. Thanks in advance.