I stupidly exposed a roll of KR64 at ISO 250. The shots were outdoors in the streets, very late in the day but in fairly contrasty lighting, exposed to protect the highlights, primarily. I expect that means they'll be horribly underexposed. The images will have some pretty cool compositions of a biker rally, closeups, some good faces, some good panning shots, etc, but it's not like my career or life will be over if the roll is ruined. Dwayne's will push KR64 up to 2 stops (at $10.00 per roll). Should I ask for a one or two stop push, or just see how they come out underexposed, perhaps with some cool effects (shining chrome and everything else black)? I'd especially appreciate comments from those who have had KR64 pushed by Dwaynes. Thanks.