the film is pretty easy to develope. if you've ever developed 35 black and white, 120 is the same. just loading the film can be trickier because it's wider and curls a lot. you could always give it to the lab and have them develope it.
as for scanning, i have a Canon Lide 30 scanner, with no negitive attatchment or anything. i don't even know where to get a 120 format film scanner. so i put the negitive on the scanner with a peice of glass on top. then i put a few sheets of smooth photo printer paper on top of the glass. then i take a flourescent light and put that about two feet above that with the top of the scanner open. then i scan it in, invert it, flip it and tweak the curves to get it looking normal again. it takes a few tries to get the brightness looking right, adding more paper or taking paper away.
my last scans didn't turn out that great, but i think it's the light. im at school now and the light i was using didn't come with me.
actually no, i saw them there and was about to buy one, but i found cheaper ones other places. the lomo site wanted $65 bucks or something, and i got mine for about $22. the lomo site included a book and some other minor things, but all i really wanted was the camera.