I got these scans back while I was away on vacation with my family. Which was agony because I couldn't download them for a week. All I had was the email from the lab with feedback about my exposure, focusing, etc. and I had no idea what images they were referencing. But I was pleasantly suprised when I downloaded them as my exposures were pretty good. Much improved over the last few rolls I had sent in. And mind you, I've been shooting without a handheld light meter. Which sucks. Majorly. Relying on the internal camera meter is not the best way to go, but thankfully film has so much latitude that its pretty forgiving when you overexpose.
Anyway, I sent off 7 more rolls from vacation and can't wait to see what I get back. In the meantime, here are some of my February photos. These were shot on Fuji 400H, rated at box speed, developed and scanned by the FINDlab.