Hi everyone. I hope you don't mind another question from the newbie corner. I am shooting TRI-X 320 and developing in HC-110. Kodak's tables show the developing time for this combination in trays at 3.25 minutes (20C). It seems to me this leaves very little room for N- or N+ development; certainly at times as short as this the margin of error is higher. I want to try dilution beyond the standard "B" suggested by Kodak as a means of stretching out the development time. Before I start any trials, I thought I'd see what experiences this group may have in this area. Are there published data on this tactic? Thanks in advance for any insight.