I process my 4x5" E6 films in a Jobo 3010 Expert drum but I don't have an Expert drum for 8x10" film. I process all my b&w film in trays simply because I prefer it over the Jobo. I rarely shoot E6 8x10 film but it would be nice to shoot some every once in a while for a treat and not have to send it out for processing. But I shoot so little of it that I'm not going to get an expensive Expert drum for 8x10. I have a 2830 print drum that I don't use for anything and I have heard that it is possible to modify it to process E6 film. Does anyone know if that is true and, if so, how the modifications are done? I don't mind modifying the drum because, as I said, I don't use it for anything anyway. I am extremely handy when it comes to building and modifying things and I have a fully equipped shop to do just about anything imagineable. I appreciate any ideas or suggestions someone may have but I would particularly like to hear from someone who has actually modified a Jobo print drum and processed E6 film in it and got good results.