After having successfully infected my son-in-law (inactive Photrion laostyle17) with the film photography bug, I want to try the same with my grand-daughter, Hurricane Alyssa. She is familiar with cameras - she even built one out of legos - but doesn't quite understand why you can't see the picture on the back of the camera after you take it. She'll be visiting us for a week (oh, and she's bringing her mom along) in July and this setup will be waiting for her: Minolta x-700 with 28mm lens loaded with Portra 400. I'll be carrying a near-identical x-570. I figure with the camera in "P" mode for full-auto exposure and a short lens it is the next best thing to a point-n-shoot, and the iso 400 will allow for fast shutter speeds, good depth of field and for shooting indoors. When she finishes her first roll it's going right to the 1-hr lab. I considered a zoom lens, but decided that would be too much work for her first time. Also loading B&W and home processing, but rejected those for pretty much the same reasons. I want this to be easy and give the most immediate results it can. She is a modern kid after all. I haven't decided whether to send it home with her or if it should be something she does with Grampa. How does this sound? Does anybody have any other suggestions?