Looking at my film stash in my fridge, I realize now on this new year's day that I need to stop buying film. I have waaaay more than I can shoot for probably 5+ years. I dont know why but I'm always buying film, but rarely finding anything worth shooting. I guess it's a (bad) habit from my years living in China. There I shot 10+rolls/week on average and so always had to keep stocking up. I have enough Neopan 400 in both 135 and 120 size to easily last me 5 years. I have enough Agfa Vista 200 to last me at least 2-3 years, maybe more. I have enough 400H in 120 size to last me at least 2 years. And buried in my freezer are many rolls of Astia 100F in 220 size and I think one or two pro packs of Provia 400X, if I ever decide to get back into E6. I know that many here have enormous stashes of film, much more than I do. Have you stopped buying or do you just keep on accumulating film? The only film that I think I'll buy in this coming year is Delta 3200 and Superia 1600. I have no high speed black and white film and only 5 rolls of Superia 1600. Since I can't get a dark room set up, I think scanning is my future with film. Scanning and printing that is.