As I was perusing the time/temp suggestions from Kodak for Xtol, I suddenly realized that the German and the American seldom agree! Has anyone else noticed this, or can explain why? The American one is dated March, 2008 so we can probably presume it is up to speed on TMY-2. Yet, there are differences even in Plus and Tri X, especially once out of the 20C temp. I cannot find a date on the German sheet which is often suggested for dilutions higher than the American one. I know this cut and paste from a simple xls I did won't format right, but you can probably figure it out. 20C/68F 21C/70F 24C/75F 27C/80F Tri-X, German 6.75 6 4.75 3.75 Tri-X, English 7 6.25 4.75 T-Max 400, German 6.5 5.75 4.5 3.5 T-Max 400, English 6.5 6.75 5.25 Plus-X, German 5.25 4.75 3.75 Plus-X, English 8.25 7.5 5.75 Wouldn't one think that the Great Yellow Father in Rochester would say, "Yo, Berlin! Here's the scoop." Any thoughts?