Hey, Looks like the last batch of 5x7 I cut down was cut a little short and my lab can't load it on to their hangers. So I guess I need to go out and buy a develop at home kit. I don't have a JOBO or film hangers right now so I'm wondering if there's any reason I can't tray process 1 sheet at a time in a tempered bath and what the agitation pattern/time might be for that. Alternatively, I guess I could see myself rolling a sheet into a stainless tube (similar to BTZS tubes) is there any issue with this? In other words, do I need to pull the film out so that the back of the film comes in contact with the chemistry? Finally, I suppose I could go out and find some film hangers. With b/w developing I always had edge marks (surge marks) when I used hangers. Is there a way to avoid this? Thanks. T PS. I just went back about 15 pages in this part of the forum but I didn't see a comparison on the Arista, Rollei and Unicolor c-41 kits. Does anyone care to chime in as to which one is better/easier/less SNAFU-able?