sounds like you're getting back into it! Great!!! Just so you know(you probably already do), M/F film cameras are pretty cheap price-wise now, with digital taking over most things these days! So for people who shoot/like film, its great!
regarding scanners, will you ONLY be scanning film? If the answer is yes, then you'll probably want to look at dedicated film scanners, say ones from Nikon or Minolta(not sure about service for these though if you ever need it). If you THINK you'll need to scan something OTHER than film only(say documents or prints), then a flatbed might be your best bet. Epson has some fine scanners, most notably the V700 and V750 models, both handle film nicely.
if you are only going to scan film, the coolscan 8000(disc)/9000ed(current model) are probably the BEST out of the lot, in fact, I think they're the only DEDICATED film scanners that can handle MF film these days that are still sold new, and are serviced(able to be serviced actually).
if budget is a concern, many people have found great results in the Epson offerings. I'd suggest doing some reading up on the V700/750 and the Coolscan 9000ed, comparing the capabilities and limitings of each.
lastly, will you be printing? If you're going to gallery sizes or want the VERY BEST out of your film, go with a dedicated film-only scanner. This way you can maximize getting the MOST information out of your film.
best of luck!