I've been using Trebla's chemicals for my C-41 film for maybe 9 months +/- and getting good results. Well it's near time for me to restock and since I now actually have a a bit of experience with C-41 I figured doing some research before I bought more would be productive, I was right. Well what I learned is that I've been wasting a bunch of time. I just (and this is my "doh!") "assumed" the standard Kodak times Dev 3'15", Bleach 6'30", Wash 3'15", Fix 6'30", Wash 3'15", Stabilize 1'30" were standard for the industry across all the chemicals. Doh, doh, doh! The PDF's I needed to understand this were a bit tricky to find, which is one of the reasons I missed this in the first place but I learned that times are not standard. So here is my new regime inserting Trebla's times for the chemicals I actually have. I linked the PDF's here to make life easy for others. _________________________________ TL-50 Developer @ 100f - 3’15” at least this remains the same C-41RA Bleach @ 95f - 0’45” Minimum, extra time is allowable Wash - 5x fill, agitate 0"30", and dump - ~ 3'00" C-41RA Fix @ 95f - 1’30” Minimum, extra time is allowable Wash - 5x fill, agitate0"30", and dump - ~3'00" ELF Stabilizer @ 95f - 1’00” Minimum Dry _________________________________ Cuts my total time roughly in half. Hope this helps others avoid my mistakes! Doh!