A cautionary tale here... Back in the last days of August, I purchased a Wing-Lynch 6-Step FE-6 one-gallon kit for E-6 from an Ebay seller, BigAlfish0. The text of the auction read, " ..Unicolor 6-Step E6 chemistry kit. Can be used to process any Ektachrome or E-6 compatible film. Includes written instructions for processing. 1 Gallon Size. We manufacture all Unicolor chemistry kits. Other size kits and photo chemistry available, give us a call at number below. If you have any questions, give Photo Systems, Inc. a call at 800-521-4042. Our hours are 8:30am-5pm EST., Monday through Friday. We charge sales tax to Michigan and Washington State residents..." OK, so far so good. Sounds like a complete kit, right? So today I finally get the time and space to fire up the Jobo ATL, mix the chemicals and run 3 rolls of 120 and one roll of 35mm together, only to have the blacks of the trannies be deeply biased toward blue. Now, before you jump in and tell me I should have run a test roll, I agree; I should have done that... I also should be 25 years old, 160 lbs and have a dazzling white smile, but I'm not and I don't... I barely squeezed the time in to do this as is, so I knew I HAD to take the chance or never see it done. (getting to the point now) Anyway, after researching online, I find that the kit (which came in a heavily shop-worn box and was obviously resealed with packing tape) should have held additional instructions for rotary tube processors that instruct the user to dilute the reversal bath 60% and to add 1.5ml of Sodium Hydroxide (per liter) to the color developer OR the slides would exhibit a "heavy blue cast". Indeed. I have sent the seller an email asking for some sort of adjustment; either a total refund of purchase and hazmat shipping fees OR replacement of filmstock and ship me the sodium hydroxide that would make the kit complete, but we shall see if he makes it right . I will report back how the seller handles the complaint and would caution others to be extra careful when buying chemistry on Ebay. PS: I don't have a scanner with a slide attachment so no illustrations, dang!