For those of you who dislike shrinkage and want some real, cured bacon(and don't mind spending a bit of extra money) I suggest you check out this link:
This is a smokehouse in Missouri that I've been dealing with for about 5 years, buying their bacon for camping trips in the mountains
I've found their product excellent, thick with little to no shrinkage. Once you eat this stuff, you'll never look at store-bought bacon the same way again.
They hav a few different varieties of bacon..namely country-style and "city" style. Country style is dry rubbed and cured the old-fashioned way and may have a saltinees factor that some people may not like. City style is a sweeter, milder cure and a bit more comparable to the mild, wet-brine bacons bought in the supermarkets. I've had both and my camping mates enjoy the city bacon, I usually pick up 5-6lbs. for our fall camping trip.