I heard sad news from a B+H sales clerk on several fronts. -- B+H is out of 135 Tri-X and down to 70 rolls of 120 Tri-X, and will not be restocking it any time soon due to "disagreements" with their distributor. -- In the next two months, they will be closing the darkroom section and halving the size of the film counter (which was already shrunk when it was relocated). Darkroom supplies and equipment will still be available by special order or by retrieval from the warehouse, if stocked. -- They will also be removing MF and LF film cameras and equipment from the shelves (again, to be sold by special order or from the warehouse if stocked) to make room for equipment intended to produce still photographs from motion picture equipment, believed to be the next wave in digital photography. Moving their darkroom department off the retail floor, in particular, strikes me as shortsighted. While I am sure it does not pull its weight in generating revenue/ft2, it is part of B+H's core identity, that distinguishes it from Best Buy.