This is kind of newbie question, but Im really curious how do you folks take out the 35mm film out of the reels after is all developed and washed? I mean, I do this for years, but when it comes to pulling that film out, Im always nervous a bit. I have the Paterson film tank, which served me well over the years, always managed to load the film with no problems. But when I have to free the film from the reels, these 3 scenarios usually happen to me: 1. Grab the end and just pull the film out as it unwinds itself. Happens sometimes and Im happy when it does. 2. Try to pull, but it does not budge. As I hold the end of the film, I turn the reels a couple of turns to free the film from the grooves and then try to pull. 3. If the film is really stubborn and both above-mentioned steps wont work, I unscrew reels halfs and pull the film out. This always works, but is my least preferred way, because the film twists and turns and touches itself all over the place as is taken out. Am I doing something wrong? Id love to hear any tips on this. Maybe it is worth investing in other type of tank and reels? Thanks.