After much research, I found a really good C-41 developer formula right here on APUG, and when I use it, I find that I can scan my negatives and need very little color correction. Not so, unfortunately, with the formula I am using for ECN-2 films. The developer I am using for that is found here: http://www.apug.org/forums/forum216/37994-process-ecn-2-pictorial-use.html Unlike C41, which has been the subject of much experimentation, there really aren't too many unofficial developers published for ECN-2. The above was really just a slimmed down version of Kodak's published formula, by removing certain chemicals that are hard to find or very expensive. So here's the deal. The negatives develop to a good density, commensurate with the ISO of the film, but regardless of the particular ECN-2 film I use, a straight scan always comes out with a green cast. This can be corrected on the computer, or if i print analog, the cast can be corrected by filtration changes on the enlarger. There is no serious color cross-over or anything, just that the images always are a bit green if not corrected. Because this happens across film stocks, my assumption is that the developer is not developing each layer correctly. It is perhaps developing the red and blue layers less than the green layer. I am not a chemist -- but if I wanted to tweak the above formula, what things would tend to move the development in the right direction? I am hoping Photo Engineer or a similar inordinately knowledgeable peson could give me some things to try. I don't want to buy overly exotic chemicals, but I would love to end up with a formula for developing ECN-2 as successfully as C41.