Hello, I know I've had a post few days back, but now I have some more detailled questions about some films and their developement: Part (I) I have already exposed following films: Delta 3200, Ilford FP4+, Ilford Pan F - all of them at the "nominal" speed (3200, 125 and 50 respectively). Now - I would like to dvelope them myself in a JOBO 1520 drum (inversion agitation) and according to info I found around here I plan to use following: My temperature will be cca 21 degrees Celzius 1) Delta 3200 - in Microphen, but is adviced to use the time (according to Delta spec sheet) as if shot as 6400. 2) Ilford fp4+ - D76 - here I do not know wheter the developement time stated in Ilford spec sheet will do the job. 3) Ilford Pan F - Rodinal probably at 1:50 - What time and agitation would you propose? Or even different solution? 4) I plan to shoot also Efke 25/50 films and compare the results to Pan F as I would like to have a slow fine grain fim option as well. 5) If you could think of different developers that would lead to smaller number of developers needed - that would make my life easier. - I do plan to shoot some fp4+ and Pan F more for testing before I go for the ones I find important for me. Part(II) I plan to add one (or two) more films of speed about 400 and I am considering following ones: hp5+, TRI-X400 (TX), TRI-X320 (TXP), NEOPAN400 and maybe TMAX400 or Delta400, but the last ones does not really fit the group I guess. I do not really consider FOMAPAN400 if there are no strong reasons as there is no price difference to hp5+. If I missed some nice film - let me know. Usage of the fast film would be mostly street photography so I am looking in the direction of cassical films that can handle higher contrast scenes. I am not affraid of grain. My point is I would like to find a film/developer combination that would give good (whatever that means) results around the speed of 400. If the developer would be one of the previously mentiond ones (presumably D76) - that would make my life easier. 4 developers seem to much for the begining. If there is somebody going to say - soup it all in a Pyrocat HD, I might be tempted, but comments on mentioned films and the results would help. Oh yes - not to forget. For now - the films will be scanned on Nikon 9000, but later I do want to get an enlarger and print on Ilford FB papers.