Ran a roll of Neopan 1600 through my Pentax MX, and developed with my standard T-Max Dev, 1+4 dilution. I usually use T-Max Developer because it often provides very fine grained results, but is this what you'd expect (considering the ingredients)? (I appreciate that scanning exacerbates grain): http://i126.photobucket.com/albums/p117/chongy5/Roll59-Frame000.jpg Additionally, can I confirm that these marks from the sprockets are from over vigorous agitation? I usually do 4-5 inversions every 30 seconds which works fine for the film that I normally develop (usually Kodak T-Max) but evidently it is too much/too vigorous for Neopan 1600: http://i126.photobucket.com/albums/p117/chongy5/Roll59-Frame013.jpg If so, is it a case of less frequent inversions/agitations, or just doing them more gently? I appreciate it is a topic that has been discussed at some length so please bear with me - I have looked at threads where it has been previously discussed, but it is nice to have an answer given which takes into consideration my sample image Thanks in advance for helping with the ever continuing learning.