Hey everyone, So I ordered some new Pyrocat-HD from PF a few weeks ago in liquid form that thanks to the lovely New England weather and UPS, was left out in the cold all day, and ended up being frozen solid by the time I got home. It was only one of the bottles, I can't remember which one now though. So I processed some negatives in it anyways although I was a bit weary, and they came out, but they're much less contrasty than I would have expected. I usually use 2:2:100 for somewhere around 7 minutes with Delta 100. These negs need somewhere closer to 9 to be where they should be for my normal printing. I know the answer is just to get new developer and go back to my old routine, and I'm going to. I was just interested in the reason for this change. I'm assuming it was the freezing of it, but I still dont' know why beyond that. Any ideas? Any chance it was something else?