Hello again! I've just made a test with Moersch Tanol and am not sure about a few things. I tried to follow the developing instructons regarding time and temperature. Problem is: the negatives look so dark brown, there are a some stains and, most importantly, they take an awfully longer time to enlarge than my negatives developed in ID 11 (twice longer or more). Despite all this, they seem to look like they should in the end, in spite of the longer exposure time required in the enlarger. Here's an example: Is it normal for negatives developed in Tanol to require longer exposure times in the enlarger? When I mixed the developer with distilled water, I used 5 ml + 5 ml + 500ml water. Did I get it wrong? Perhaps 1,000 ml water would be right? I don't think the negatives were overdeveloped, since the highlights look like highlights. Can anyone shed a light on this? Thanks!