Sorry, but have to rant. As some of you know, I have for years used the FOMA liquid emulsion, but unfortunately the danish importer stopped his buisness this year.. So - a polish student found a shop in Poland, that have the emulsion - we ordered 15 kg's (!!), and after some time it got here.. Everybody happy.. (for a while). then the students came to me - one after one - and told me that the emulsion was grey - very grey... Shi#, I thought. Maybe it had been x rayed in some airport (I wanted it sent on ground), or something else had happened.. then today it came to me. A student had shown me his bottle (black light proof plastic, containing 1 kg's of emulsion) and I noticed that the lid was blue....:confused: Why blue, I thought - carried the bottle to the darkroom - unscrew the lis, and held it up against (red) light..... IT IS NOT LIGHTPROOF!! WHY - WHY - WHYYYYY would anybody use a transparent lid for light sensible products??? I have never encountered this before - and the only thing I can think of is, that the polish compagny might have got a huge bulk of emulsion, and then re-batched it in these unusable containers... AMATEURS!! The question now is, whether I can get my money back (it cost a lot), and whether I can save some of the not melted emulsion, by removing the top layer of allready emulsion before melting the rest (the container looks to be allright). But I am shocked by this. And mad as hell.... End of rant..