Hello, all. I am getting back into film after years of shooting either nothing or just digital. I studied photography years ago in college, and although I'm a bit rusty I have a pretty strong background. I am used to film curling enough that it sometimes causes focus problems in a negative holder, etc. Yesterday I developed a 35mm roll of Neopan 1600 shot at 1000 iso, left on the reel for about 36 hours before I had a chance to mix the chemistry, souped for 8 minutes in D76 1:1 at 68f with no prerinse, kodak stop bath, kodak fixer, rinsed in 60f water perhaps less than it should have been (I live off-grid and haul all of my water), then photoflowed and dried in my rv's shower stall (we are building a cabin, so the rv is about the best place I have). This was at around 7000 ft elevation in northern New Mexico. Its been wet this winter and I estimate the shower's humidity at about 35-40 percent. Drying temperature would have been around 60f. The film is curling so badly that it is difficult to handle. I had to trim one neg strip to get it into my 6x6 sheet, rounding the corners with scissors. If I were to hold a neg strip pinching the sides to keep it straight lengthwise- if I were to drop this it would roll into a 2" diameter ring before it hit the floor. Its curling so badly that I need to weight down the storage sheet to keep if from turning into a tube. Any ideas on what I might do to lessen the curling? Weighting it with a book is holding it in place but its not getting any better. Am I likely to have any issues with sheet film? For film cameras I now only have a 35mm Minolta 7sII, but I am mostly interested in getting into 4x5 again. I've never seen sheet film curl, but I've never seen 35mm curl nearly this badly... At this time a humidifier would be difficult or even impossible, as would a heated film drier (the whole off-grid cabin thing). Thanks for any suggestions.