I've been using a Jobo 3000 series drum for years, but I've always loaded it dry. Now I've started loading it wet (full of water) to get development really even and because you don't have to dry out the drum all the time. So there I am in the dark with 6 sheet of dry film sitting on the counter and at least one wet hand. I always manage to get the film in the right holes without finger prints, but it is a pain. Seems like I end up with two wet hands and you know if you get a drop of water on the emulsion, the dry film sticks together. I have a similar time when I develop film in a tray, although this is easier with the one wet, one dry hand technique. How are you all doing this? Sorry if this is too stupid a question.