Lately, I've been ordering film, chemicals, and paper from Freestyle. Although the shipping costs tend to wipe out the savings over Amazon, Freestyle has things that other places don't—like reasonably priced paper.
Freestyle often includes in the box a catalog of their film and darkroom supplies. Browsing through this catalog the other day, I realized (with only slight horror) that the kit in my basic darkroom would now cost more than a Leica Monochrom and a couple of Leica lenses. I was suddenly very glad that the enlarger always found a place in a closet no matter how many times I moved. And I felt a sudden urge to clean and polish everything in the darkroom.
My darkroom is in a light-sealed room in the basement. I have a full size Delta sink, Doran fan, and two safelights. The go-to easel is a Premier 11x14.
I'm still working through various chemistries to find what I like. Depending on the film, I will opt for HC110, DD-X, or Diafine. Lately, Diafine is getting used for most everything as I determine good exposure indexes. I still have Kodak stop bath from years ago, and it still works. For fixer, I'm working through Arista's offerings. I've used three versions of Arista fixer. They are all weaker than Kodak's fixers. Of the three, the Odorless is by far the weakest. A few prints and it's already exhausted.
My Beseler 23CII still gets the job done. I have a handful of enlarging lenses, but tend to use a 40mm Schneider Compomon f/4 (which they apparently don't make anymore) with a full frame negative carrier. Prints and film are dried on a line.
I'd like to see your darkroom! Drop me a line at philatawgrapher at gmail with pictures and a description and I'll post it here.