Thought I'd try some RA-4 in my new (old) Jobo CPP-2 the other day. Mixed up a Tetenal kit I had on hand & discovered the blix was no good. Ckecked the date code - week 15 of 2004. OOPS! Didn't think I had it that long. Well, Calumet's got Kodak in stock, and I've been wanting to try it, so I ordered it. Ordered it Thursday, got it Friday; Calumet's only 300 miles from here. I picked a negative I haven't printed yet - a 4x5 shot of fall colors on VC-160. I wasn't sure how different chemistry would affect filtration, so I used what I do for 35mm contacts - 60M, 75Y. Picked 12 seconds for an initial exposure (8x10) and processed it. WOW!! Perfect on the first try!!!! Wonder how many years it'll be until I di that again? Exposure's right on, color balance and saturation are great. I don't think I've ever got saturation & balance this good from Tetenal. Now I'm all fired up to print more, but I've got to go out of town for a Christmas party. But, tomorrow, and Monday, and........... I know where I'll be!