Hi, I just shot about 30 rolls of two year outdated Kodak 3200, all exposed at an EI of 800. So far, I'm using XTOL 1:2, 19m, which, for me, is perfect for fresh film. I'm seeing a substantial speed loss (as well as latency, frame numbers are weak), increased base fog, as well as some heat damage. The film is printable-but seriously disappointing. Now I've just begun developing and am thinking about a change in development strategy. Obviously I can't fix the speed loss, but I'd like to introduce a steeper curve to raise middle and high tone density, and hopefully reduce fog, or at least boost more image density above it. So, keeping in mind that I like XTOL at the 1:2 dilution due to it's reduced solvency, and for the purpose of creating a steeper curve with more overall density (hopefully minimizing base fog), which would be the best of these three strategies: reduce dilution to 1:1, increase agitation, or increase temperature. The other possibility I've considered it switching to either Acufine, or T-MAX developers. Advice?