First of all, I would like to thank this wonderful community for all the information. I'm a 27 brazillian photographer, almost nobody is doing film here anymore, so I'm on my own with google. And APUG is the best source ever, period. My setup is a Jobo CPA with the lift and the 2820 tank (can take one reel with 2 120 films in it), the chemicals are Tetenal and I'm doing 120 film. I did read everything about kodak 6 baths beeing better but it doesn't exist here. Just to give you an idea, I'm paying R$ 400 (local currency) for a 5L E6 Tetenal kit. That's 245 US dollars, or 175 Euros. Also I have to import film from ebay because a chrome roll here costs something like 25 US dollars, when you can find any. That's why I'm asking so much before starting, the hardest part for me here is to find material and I don't want to spend too much on tests. So here's my plan: I'll mix 1L, as the Tetenal kit's manual says, it's sufficient for 12 films. I'm planning to split it in 6 166ml parts, and use them one shot, one part for each pair of film. Pre-heat 5'00'' FD 7'00'' Washing 2'30'' CD 6'00'' washing 2'30'' Blix 6'00'' washing 4'00''- Stab 1'00'' And then dry the transparencies with a hair blower My questions: 1-Is that right? Do I need any adjustment in times doing this way? Is 166ml enough to cover two films in the same reel on the 2820? Here on the tank it says "Rotation: 40ml", does this means that any amount superior than 40ml will be sufficient to cover TWO rools in one reel? Also about the times: I'm using 7'00'' for the FD because Tetenal says it in the manual, for rotary process. 2-Pre rinse or not? If I pre rinse, shoud I shorten the first developer time? 3-Do I need to warm the stock solutions and/or the water in order to mix the working solutions? 4-Distilled water or not? Should I use it just in the solutions or for the washing also? I don't even have a filter here, since water here in São Paulo is kinda dirty I drink and cook with mineral water. 5-For the washing, I understand that I have to change the water in the tank every 30 sec. How much water should I throw into the tank? The same amount of chemicals that I'm using or the maximum that the tank can hold? 6-The agitation must be 75 rpm, one way, right? I mean, Jobo can be set to intercalate agitation in clockwise and counter clockwise, or in continous movement in just one way. Which one should I use? 7-About Fuji films: Is really necessary to give more time on first developer? I read something like +30 sec for Astia and Provia and +60 sec for "others fuji films". Is that right? 8-I've been reading that Stab will make a foam mess in tank and reel. How should I rinse the film in the Stab? Should I use a spare container and leave the film inside of it out of the reel? How? 9-Can I be cheap and try to do something with this chemicals after using this way or will they be totally exausted? (as I expect to happen) 10-My plan in the future is to find the Jobo tank with 3 reels so I can develop 6 films at a time, using 500ml one shot and the same times above. Is that right? Why does the manual says 6'15'' for 1-2 films in 500ml and also 6'30'' for 1-6 films in 500ml? I'm actually a bit confused about the FD's time and it's variations. 11-Can I mix different E6 films in the same drum? Thank you, Thiago Lara.