I have a good sized stash of past-date 11x14" E-6 film (mostly EPN and EPR) that I bought for cheap from JD Callow a while back, and I've got my 11x14" setup now working well enough to really experiment with it. I shot a test sheet of some the EPN yesterday, and it's probably lost about a half-stop of speed, is heading toward magenta, and judging from the film rebate, it's lost a significant amount of D-max. I can adjust exposure and filtration to get the color back to around normal, I think, but how about D-max? With neg film, I'd extend development time. But for E-6, do I tell the lab to pull, or will that just bring down the highlights and leave the shadows where they are? I know, some people will say don't bother, but the minimum order for 11x14" E-6 film is substantial enough, and I've got enough of this old film to make it worth investing some time and a little money to figure it out.