So I just got some Kodak Supra-Endura and Ultra-Endura from Ultrafineonline.com. 2 boxes of 50 sheets. Looks like they cut them down from rolls and re-packaged the paper in their.own box. As a test, I took a piece of each straight out of the Box and into my Jobo to process. As they were unexposed, I expected them to come out white after development. Instead both sheets have a distinct greenish hue. Any ideas on what could cause this? I'm processing with Kodak Ektacolor RA-RT developer replenisher 10l kit (cat# 8415580). The replenisher was mixed up 2 weeks ago. To make a tank solution, I don't use a dev starter, however, I do dilute the replenisher with water. So where the Kodak sheet says to mix 800ml replenisher with 175ml water and 25ml dev starter, I mix 800 ml replenisher with 200ml distilled water to make a working solution. I'm using Ektacolor RA Bleach-fix 10l kit (cat#8309031) for my bleach-fix. I process at 95deg F. 1 min pre-wet 1min developer 30 sec stop bath 30 sec wash 1 min Bleach-fix 6 30 sec. wash cycles. Does anyone else have experience with paper from Ultrafineonline? It the repackaged paper they sell outdated? Any ideas on how I should proceed to determine where the problem is without buying yet more paper? I'd hate to go spend $100-200 on a roll of paper only to discover the problem is with my chemistry.