I love Lomography. They have not only given me a hobby/obsession to keep my mind busy in my free time (and sometimes when I should be working), but they also have taken what was becoming a 'dead' medium and are keeping it alive by, not only producing some of the films and cameras that were discontinued, but pushing forward and creating new ones. Their customer service is also excellent. I had a La Sardina camera that broke just before the warranty ran out. I (stupidly) didn't contact them until over a month after the warranty ended and yet, they simply believed my story that the camera had broken before that and sent me a new one, no problem! Many of the films are often out of stock and I'm not sure whether that's a sourcing/production issue or whether they are just selling too fast. Also, I usually wait until I need lots of things so that I can buy them all at once and make the new shipping fee worth paying. Those are the two negatives I've found, but piggies often cancel out the shipping fee and I can't complain about films being sold out when this company is (almost) the only place to get them anyways.