I've been developing and scanning the 120 Tri-X from our last trip to Charleston, SC. It's been a kind of routine for the last five days--developing in the morning, letting the film dry, and then scanning it in the PM. On this last trip, even though I recently had both film backs overhauled at Photo Tech in NYC, one of the light traps leaked under very bright conditions. Luckily, I didn't lose anything crucial. I knew which rolls had been shot with each of two backs (one having the problem) and yes, I was genuinely worried! I'm happy to say, my film captures paired with Mindy's color images look great. We actually ended up with more than what we need and will have to wheedle down to five pairs.
With film, there is always a certain amount of insecurity. Unlike digital photography, you don't really know what you have until days, sometimes weeks later; sometimes it's month or years; I have rolls in my refrigerator from last summer, I don't even remember on what I was working. I feel I'm a different person, a different photographer, since then. I suspect it will be like peering into a past life.