Hey everybody! I am going to set up my darkroom, specifiically my enlarging system. Recently, I've won a durst M605, with carriers for 135 and 6x6 and a 35 condenser, on ebay. I intend to print 5x7 with 135 negs and 8x10 with 6x6 negs most of the time. Occasionally, I blow up to 11x14 and 12x16 with these negs. I am wondering whether to buy a nova processor or developing trays. Options under consideration are: option 1: four 8x10 trays and four 12x16 (or 14x17) trays for occasional large prints option 2: second hand nova trimate 8x10 processor and four 12x16 (or 14x17) trays. The nova processor seems to save much time for mixing chemicals as they can be left in the processor for next printing. It also has a build in heater which seems to be handy when printing in winter or spring. However, in Hong Kong, the heater seems useless to me as room temperature is around 26~35 celsius degrees here in Summer. Right? If so, can the high price tag be justified? Another consideration is space, my bath room is about 4'x6' (11' height). Do you think it is overcrowded if trays are used? Question 1: Which option is more appropriate for me? Question 2: should I buy a print washer (not the cheap tray one) as part of my space saving implementation? Question 3: for enlarging 6x6 neg, M605 needs a condenser called Siriocon80, right? All I can find online are Siriocon80 for durst M70, can it be used for M605?:confused: Advices and suggestions are welcome. Thanks.